If you create a shape layer in Photoshop. Set the background layer visibility off and save a PSD file. You will be able to open that file with Photoshop and still have your shape layer. You will even be able to edit that shape with Photoshop vector tools.
Thanks for the help. I’m familiar with Photoshop. I was trying to get help with the Adobe Shape app. (Adobe Shape creates vector drawings from photos, etc.) The result seems to be a jpg file with a white background. It is very tedious to remove the white, even with the magic eraser brushes in Photoshop. I was looking for help with that. I guess I got on the wrong discussion board.
From what I read that app should create vector files they would not be jpeg files in that case and the files should be stored I believe in the creative cloud..
I don't have a cell phone and can not imagine that an App on one would be better then Photoshop tools and filters like find edge and other. From what I read illustrator can also trace images.
I know cell phone cameras are getting better but I have no desire to have one. I find other people public use of cell phone intrusive and drivers using hand held cell phones dangerous. Also IMO Touch interface are not well suited for precise work.
I do have an iPod 4 never use its cameras. Its a great MP3 player with a good touch interface. I have a jukebox in my pocket which also displays my 3:2 aspect ration images on it small high resolution display.
I did try a couple of barcode scanner apps but when I needed to use them I could never connect to a hotspot. So my iPod Display Photo and Plays music. I have used chrome on it but one does not want to surf the web using its small display.
I dislike IOS and iTunes. Dislike is too genital a word.
Here is what I did with your jpeg Windows Photoshop Script Black and White Raster to Custom Vector Shape