Are you creating a layer mask to remove the background? That would be the best method. Or are you deleting pixels? That would be the destructive method.
What method are you using to select the background? Can you share the image with us, or at least a screen capture of your workspace and with an example of where the transparency happening?
thanks for taking the time to help me, it is much appreciated, I have tried deleting the pixels and using a layer mask set to transparent and both cause the same issue where the entire picture becomes somewhat transparent
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I can see the transparency that you are referring to. Alt click on the layer mask to view just the mask without the image pixels. Do you see a grey tint in the mask area that should be white? If so, that is what is causing the transparency. You can fix this by doing a levels adjustment on the mask. Go to Layers>Adjustments>Levels with the mask selected. Move the white slider on the right side to the left until the gray clears out to white.
If you don't see gray in your mask, then something else is going on.
What method did you use to make the selection of the mask?