5 Ways to Remove ANYTHING From a Photo in Photoshop CC

5 Ways to Remove ANYTHING From a Photo in Photoshop CC

LEARN TO REMOVE OR EDIT OUT ANYTHING IN YOUR IMAGES IN THIS PHOTOSHOP TUTORIAL! | We’ll cover the Patch Tool, Content-Aware features, powerful cloning tricks, perspective grids, and more in this basic to intermediate Photoshop CC tutorial!

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In this Photoshop tutorial, I’ll break down five different ways that I use to remove any object from any photo when the job calls for it. I’ll show you how to use:

  1. The Patch tool and what it’s good for.
  2. The Content Aware Fill feature and some of the best ways to use it.
  3. The Healing Brush and why I love it so much.
  4. The Clone Stamp with the Clone Source panel to supercharge how you use it.
  5. Cloning in perspective by using a very under-utilized feature of Photoshop.

You’re going to learn a whole bunch about how to work with images and make the edits and adjustment that you need to in this power-packed tutorial! Thanks for watching (and don’t forget to subscribe!)

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Tutorial Recording Notes:

Disclaimer: these are the actual notes I used to record this video and are written in a language you may or may not understand. Hopefully, you find them useful or cool.

  1. Patch Tool:
  2. Single or multiple uses of the Patch tool. Quickly cover the Content-Aware w/ Structure & Color.
  3. Structure high when I’m covering a large object with lots going on
  4. Structure low when I’m covering a smaller/simpler object
  5. Content-Aware Fill:
  6. Jogging couple image. Get rid of one of them and show how to clean up this type of image.
  7. Healing Brush Tool:
  8. Show the lasso to contain the brush and get better results.
  9. Also, mention the diffusion as an additional tip.
  10. Clone Stamp: 
  11. Mention and maybe use the Clone Source panel as well
  12. Cover that fireplace!
  13. Clone Stamp + Vanishing Point:
  14. Set up the grid and show the clone tool in that UI
  15. Zoom in for easier precision with this tool.

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