How to Remove Anything in Photoshop

One of the most common and versatile uses of Photoshop is removing objects from an image in a convincing manner. If you are new to the program, this helpful video tutorial will show you two useful tools that will help you remove just about anything when used in tandem.

Coming to you from Justin Odisho, this great video tutorial will show you how to use a combination of the Clone Stamp tool and Content Aware Fill to remove any object in a photograph and fill in the remaining space in a convincing manner. The Content Aware Fill tool has gotten far more powerful over the years, and it has automated a lot of what used to be a rather difficult and time-intensive process. One important way to get more out of it is to carefully control where it is sampling to ensure it is using similar fill material. Still, as good as it is, there are occasionally times you will have to take manual control. When that happens, a soft brush is often the best bet, as it will help you easily blend things in a convincing manner. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Odisho.

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Lawrence Huber's picture

Nice video

Alvin G's picture

Odisho on FStoppers!

Lloyd V Gibson's picture

Awesome video