How to vectorize a logo image?

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I'm not an expert in AI and PS, so there is a lot of chance that I'm doing mistakes somewhere. I'm using CS5 version for this one.

I have a logo that is mostly consisted of black and white. However I couldn't trace it automatically because there is lot of gray parts. So, I've made a path with the pen tool. The thing is that I have the path different from the original image instead of what I need. I need the original logo with the path so I can have all white parts transparent

I tried in PS to remove white colour , but I couldn't because some of the gray parts are also changed.

What is the solution to trace or vectorize the logo?

Answered By 0 points N/A #174048

How to vectorize a logo image?

Hi, Any Hill When you use Adobe Photoshop to create graphics for your business or clients, your image consists of pixels, tiny square elements that make up the derided mosaic underlying bit mapped images. Photoshop also supports elements or vector, path-based, including live type and other forms of image. When you want to convert a bit mapped element to vector paths, with this can use several techniques to create elements more reminiscent of a drawing program like Adobe Illustrator than of an image editor like Photoshop.
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