Need to know Adobe Photoshop remove object

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Hi,

I want to remove people and other objects from a photograph by adobe photoshop image editor. I don't know much about adobe photoshop image editor. How can i remove object from a photograph by adobe photoshop?

 

 

 

 

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Answered By 90 points N/A #177554

Need to know Adobe Photoshop remove object

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Hi there

You can remove an item from the picture just when you can replace it with background. And there are lots of easy ways to remove objectives from image. I will show you two easy ways.

1st method

Step 1 – Select Patch Tool (Recommended for fast selection)

Step 2 – Now create a selection around the item that you need to remove from the objective

Step 3 – Drag the selected part on top of a background that you want to replace with (As shown below in the picture)

Then you are done

2nd Method

Step 1 – Select Quick mask and patch tool (Recommended for accurate selection)

Step 2 – Then select the brush tool

Step 3 – Select the item you want to remove (Mask It)

Step 4 – After you selecting click quick mask tool to select the section

Step 5 – Now select the marque tool to inverse the selection

Step 6 – Click Right mouse button top of the pic and click select inverse

Step 7 – Select the patch tool and Drag it on top of a background that you want to replace with (like in method 1, Step 3

Hope you understood this

Taylor B Campus

Thank you

Answered By 80 points N/A #177555

Need to know Adobe Photoshop remove object

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Greetings Kristopher Fran,

 

Well the best way and the most suggested way to remove objects form photographs is to use the Clone Tool. Clone Tool takes pixels from one side of photograph and sets it to the place you want. Depending on the image it could require some time but it gives the best effects. The best way for you to learn is to watch a youtube video.

Check out this video

Another good video is this:

I hope this helped you,

Regards.

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