Suppose, you returned from a great holidays and you just want to post those amazing pictures and memories in Social Media to show the world, how wonderful your life is going. But Guess What? There are unwanted people in background ruining your amazing photos.
In this Tutorial Aaron will teach about different Cloning Tools available in Photoshop for the purpose. Like, Clone Stamp Tool, Spot Healing Brush Tool, Healing Brush Tool, Patch Tool, Content-Aware Fill etc..
Photoshop Tools for Removing People or Unwanted Background Objects
When it comes to removing people from photos, there are several Tools that will do the job, depending on your image. It is best to learn every tool so you can best choose the right one for the job.
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Spot Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop
The Spot Healing Brush Tool is probably the easiest Tool to use, so we recommend starting here. Be sure to create a New Layer before healing and set the tool settings to “Sample All Layers” and “Content Aware”. When you are ready to remove a person, simply paint over the person, the Tool will do the rest.
Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop
The Spot Healing Brush Tool works well most of the time, but because it automatically chooses the sample point for you, sometimes it doesn’t copy the correct Texture. If you need to choose your own sample Texture, go with the Healing Brush Tool. Hold ALT/OPTN and click on the desired Texture area, then paint over the person you would like to remove. Be sure to cover the entire person to properly remove them. If needed, repeat to clean up any remaining areas.
Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop
The Clone Stamp tool will create an exact copy of the sample point – meaning it won’t blend like the Spot Healing Brush and the Healing Brush. This can be advantageous at times, especially when working around sensitive areas and edges.
Patch Tool in Photoshop
The Patch Tool is like a large-Scale Healing Brush. First, be sure to check “Sample All Layers” and “Content Aware”, then Draw a selection around the object you would like to remove. Once selected, click and drag the selection to the desired area, the Patch will be replaced with the sampled area.
Content-Aware Fill – Content Aware Fill will work well on simple Backgrounds where the subject is isolated. To use Content-Aware Fill, make a selection around the person or object you would like to remove and go to ‘Edit – Fill’ and choose ‘Content Aware’ from the drop-down menu. Photoshop will find similar areas to the Background in the selection and fill them in, replacing the object in the selection.
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