Have a solid background behind your logo in a JPEG file and need to get rid of it? This GIMP 2.10 tutorial shows you a simple and effective method for erasing solid color backgrounds, allowing you to save your JPEG logos as PNG files with a transparent background.
I will be covering the Color to Alpha feature for this tutorial, which takes just a few clicks and some tweaking to get the final result. Beginner graphic designers will love this trick!
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