How To Use Image Trace in Adobe Illustrator CS6 to Turn A Photo Into a Logo

In this episode of the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast Terry White shows how to take a photo, separate it from its background and then bring it into Adobe Illustrator CS6 to Trace it and make it part of a logo design.

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  • Christian Nelson

    Terry,
    Thanks for this most excellent tutorial demo. Love the way you do these things…always a great job.

  • http://www.facebook.com/karina.narian Karina Narian

    Terry,

    Thank you .

  • Brandon

    This great but how do you separate the vector image from it’s background without using photoshop.
    CS5 had it with a click of a button why wouldnt cs6?!
    Im trying to separate a very busy tree that simply wont work in photoshop
    I have it traced exactly how want just cannot figure out how separate.
    i have headache..