Have you ever wished there was a function in Photoshop that would just erase all the unwanted objects at the touch of a button? That dream very well may now be a reality as Aaron Nace of Phlearn shows us in this tutorial.
I have been using Phlearn as a source for my continued learning for years. I'm always amazed by the secrets of Photoshop that Nace is able to unlock and present to us all. In this tutorial, Nace shows us a new feature that most of us probably never even knew existed. This feature has the potential to save precious time in post-production. Essentially, you can take multiple images that were shot on a tripod over an extended period of time and automatically eliminate anything that isn't consistent in the stack. In the tutorial Aaron takes a busy highway and uses this process to eliminate all the vehicles that were on of the road. This would be great for creating a post-apocalypse composite or just a busy-free environment. You could also use this process at the beach to get rid of vacationers for creating landscape images. The possibilities are only limited to your own creativity. I personally can't wait to give this technique a shot (no pun intended)!
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