Free Images: 144 Objects with Photoshop Clipping Path


Yes, you read it right… images with Photoshop clippling path. I know, clipping path is one of the most dreaded task designers try to avoid. But really they aren’t that bad once you get the hang of it and get them over with.


If you’re not familiar with Photoshop and you’re wondering what this  clipping path is all about, let me explain it a bit. It’s a vector line description embedded into your image file that tells the software where to “clip” the photo. It’s normally used to knock the background out of an image, but really it can be whatever you want – shapes, words etc. The path usually travels along the edges of an image file and can be activated and turned into a standard selection for soft-edge feathering, filtering and all that other great Photoshop stuff. A sample image from the package with pre-built clipping path (right) is shown below.


So today I decided to share these images and save you the extra work of making your own clipping paths. Here are some quality royalty free, high resolution images with pre-built Photoshop clipping path to save your day. Preview thumbs of all images are shown below. Download links are also provided below. Total archived (compressed) file size is around 312MB. Since most file sharing services doesn’t accept more than 100mb size per file, I decided to divide it in four parts. All four archive files are not “split to volumes” type and independent of each other. Which means, you can download one volume, extract and use the images right away. But of course, you wouldn’t want to miss every single one of these cool images. So download all four archives, decompress and enjoy!


Download links:
Images with Photoshop Clipping Path Vol. 1 – 88.72MB
Images with Photoshop Clipping Path Vol. 2 – 87.23MB
Images with Photoshop Clipping Path Vol. 3 – 82.92MB
Images with Photoshop Clipping Path Vol. 4 – 46.17MB


  1. Shane 21 May, 2009 at 22:44

    Sorry, I had problems with my connection. Don’t know if my previous comment went through. Here it is again:
    Part 1 okay. Parts 2, 3, 4 damaged, not expanding. Can you re-compress and post again? The images really look great and I would hate to miss the collection.

  2. Graphire 21 May, 2009 at 23:10

    Thanks Shane for reporting the problem. Unfortunately, I left the files in the office. I’ll look into it first thing in the morning. Please check again sometime tomorrow. Have a great day.

  3. Graphire 22 May, 2009 at 13:02

    Ok guys. I have replaced all downloads with new archive files and url links. Good thing with these new files is that they are not volume split anymore. Meaning, you don’t have to download all 4 archives to decompress the images. Hopefully that will work. Enjoy.

  4. Graphire 2 June, 2009 at 17:18

    Hi mamdouh. Thanks for reporting the link. But I just checked download link no. 4, and it’s working just fine. Maybe you can try again later and it should work. If anyone else will report the same link problem, I’ll try to provide another one.

  5. jay 18 July, 2009 at 10:30

    Thanks alot for your posts. it really helps and inspires people like me to try new things. Specially this times of crisis. please continue your generous work. we really appreciate it.

  6. Kary 1 March, 2011 at 17:57

    Great image/objects making path photos Oh!!!!!! using the Photoshop Clipping!!!I think pen tool is works like a magic!!!! of doing Photoshop clipping paths.

    Thanks…Bye bye Great resource of Clipping Path Photoshop…

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