Hi All, I'm currently producing a Jewellery catalogue for a client, I've done the photography, now working on the layout. The background of the images is almost pure white, I don't want to cut the jewellery out as i have far too many pieces to do it would take too long. Now here is my problem. When I'm doing layout in Quark if the background isn't exactly pure white you can see the straight edge where the box finishes. I'm planning on batch editing all images to bring the white levels up to 1-2% to help avoid any show-through. I could add a picture box with a plain white image of about the same levels behind all images on the page however this wouldn't help as in all some cases the levels aren't the same top and bottom... If i use clipping paths i still end up with a solid line as I can't use tranceparenies in quark. At the moment the best thing i can think of is to do the layout in quark, then batch save each page as a eps then just get rid of any straight box edges in photoshop... save as .tiff/jpgs and replace all pages with whole page images. What do you think? I hope that makes sense!?