Basic Clipping Path Technique:
This is the simplest of the clipping path techniques, and of course, the most inexpensive. If your products don’t have too many curved edges and are a solid image needing to be clipped, go for this.
A Basic Clipping path would best for products like books, product boxes, smartphone Etc.
Simple Clipping Path Technique:
Don’t go by its name alone, this is more complex than the basic technique. so it usually costs just a little bit more than a basic clipping path. It uses more curved edges and is ideal for products, like mugs, that has a “hole” in their imagery.
A Simple Clipping path would be best for products like sunglasses, t-shirts, clothing, simple jewelry Etc.
Multiple Clipping Path Techniques:
This is a combination of a complex technique along with several clipping paths needed within the main image itself, for example, photos of grouped products, or pictures needing color correction.
Multiple clipping paths will save a lot of your time and Money. using multiple clipping paths can save you the trouble of re-shooting if you change the product colors or you need to make changes on the product shadows in only a portion of the image.