It’s not uncommon to have objects in your landscape photos that you would like to remove. It could be a person, a car, an ugly trash can, litter, telephone poles and power lines, or just about any other object that takes away from the photo. Removing objects can seem like a daunting task, but Photoshop has a few different tools that make it much easier than you might expect. In this video Simon Plant walks you through the process of removing unwanted objects from two sample photos. With the first photo he removes a man and a dog that are walking along a river, and with the second photo he removes an umbrella and it’s shadow in the water. In the video you’ll see how to use Photoshop’ content aware fill, clone tool, and how to copy, paste, and mask to get a smooth replacement.
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