Maybe I'm over thinking the best way to do cutout images of products, but I am searching for a fairly simple solution to doing it. I use white seemless paper to photograph products, and I think I do a so-so job at it, but how do you guys setup to do cutouts? For example, here are a couple samples I took last week: The background is slightly gray, and there is a bit of shadow near the bottom. What is the easiest way to cutout the background for say a brochure to use? I've tried using Primatte software, which is intended to be used with Chroma Green or Blue backgrounds, so what happens is it also cuts out the whites in the image (e.g. the text in white on the lens). I've used Chroma Green paper and Primatte software for photographing and cutting out people -- as an example, here is a two part post I wrote on a shoot I did last year: Wrestling Poster - Chroma Key Part 1 Wrestling Poster - Chroma Key Part 2 However, with product photography, I've got to worry about what the product is sitting on as well -- so using green paper to set the product on, creates way too much spill. There must be an easy way to do cutouts, but I'm just not seeing it. Is it just as simple as using the Magic Wand Tool, and then manually cleaning up some rough edges? Any tips/ideas would be helpful.