Erasing Objects in Photoshop
How to remove unwanted objects in Adobe Photoshop and Elements 11
Erasing Objects in Photoshop: There are times when the action happens so fast, you don’t have time to properly compose the shot so you ultimately end up with objects in your image that you would like to remove. Click below for larger image.
I see so many "mediocre" photos posted online through surfing the web. Images that I just know could be so much better with some love and attention. It is surprisingly easy to tidy up these images. I would like to see people making more of an effort to erase these unwanted objects to make their images stand out that much more.
There are a few ways to do this (including the patch tool which we don’t use here). As Adobe Photoshop improves, new tools become available to us to speed up the workflow. However, we don’t all have the latest edition of Photoshop. So, in this tutorial, I will show you how to remove objects in an early version of Photoshop. I will generally tidy up the image using tools readily available in all versions.
How to Remove Objects in Photoshop
If you don’t have or cannot afford Adobe Photoshop right now, there is a much cheaper solution that may just be what you need. Coming in at a tenth of the price, Adobe's Photoshop Elements 11. This was the cheaper, younger sibling of the mighty Photoshop a few years ago. It can do pretty much the same as everything you saw in the video above!
Check it out:
How to Remove Objects in Adobe Photoshop Elements 11
Therefore, if you are continuously erasing objects in Photoshop, these methods are some of the quickest and easiest I know. Now that Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Elements have Content Aware, life just got that little bit easier when editing your digital images.