If you have two copies of an image, one with a Clipping Path, and the exact same image without, it is easy to transfer the Path between them. Simply open both images next to each other in Photoshop and drag the Clipping Path from the path window to the image without a clipping path. This will result in the Clipping Path being copied and placed. Please notice that even though the Clipping Path has been transferred, it is inactive. To activate the Path, select "Options" in the Path window (right top) and select Clipping Path. Choose "Yes", and your Path is now a Clipping Path.

The Clipping Path's location will be identical to the original image, but if the sizes of the images differ at all, the Clipping Path will not be 100% in place. This can be solved by moving the Clipping Path. To do this, select the Path and select all Anchor Points with the white selection tool from the tool bar. After all anchor points are selected, the position of the Path can be controlled with the arrow keys. The size or proportions of the Path can be transformed by clicking [CMD][T] and pulling the corner while holding the [SHIFT] key to maintain proportions.
The Clipping Path's location will be identical to the original image, but if the sizes of the images differ at all, the Clipping Path will not be 100% in place. This can be solved by moving the Clipping Path. To do this, select the Path and select all Anchor Points with the white selection tool from the tool bar. After all anchor points are selected, the position of the Path can be controlled with the arrow keys. The size or proportions of the Path can be transformed by clicking [CMD][T] and pulling the corner while holding the [SHIFT] key to maintain proportions.
The clipping path is always placed in exactly the same position, but if the sizes of the images differ slightly it can happen that the clipping path is not 100% on its place. This can be solved by moving the clipping path. To do this you need to select the path and select and select all anchor points with the white selection tool from the tool bar. After all anchor points are selected the position of the path can be changed with the arrow keys. The size or proportions of the path can be changed after clicking [cmd][t] and pulling the corner while holding the [shift] button to keep proportions.

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