Do you want to remove an object from a photo? Have you ever wanted to remove something from a picture, but didn’t know how? Photoshop is the perfect tool for that. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to do it in just a few simple steps.
You can use this technique on all kinds of images whether they’re portraits or landscapes. It’s also great for removing objects from screenshots and other photos.
Let’s get started!
How to Remove an Object in Photoshop Cs6
In this how-to guide, I am going to show you how to remove an object in photoshop cs6. This is a very common problem that beginner level photographers and graphic designers run into when they are editing their photos or designing their graphics.
The good news is that it’s much easier than you might think! Here are the steps:
Method: Clone Stamp Tool
Step 1: First, open Photoshop and the image you want to edit.
Step 2: Then right Click the “Background’ Layer, and select the layer from the background option.
Now click “OK”.
Step 3: Next, Select the “Lasso tool”
Step 4: select unwanted object, in this case i am selecting this object.
Step 5: You need to draw using the mouse the whole unwanted object.
Step 6: Next, After selecting all areas then right click & select “Layer via Cut”.
Step 7: See, easily remove from photo. Now,fix this blank area.
Step 8: Select “Clone Stamp Tool” then Set ‘Hardness” around 10-20% or even less.
Note: Set “Hardness Percent” right way for better results.
Step 9: Then, “Create a New Layer” and make sure the new layer is set to the current layer and below.
Step 10: Now Hold the “Alt” key to select a sample.
Note: if your brush hardness is high it leaves to edges. So make sure to brush hardness 10-20% .And also in mind always choose samples from nearby areas.
Step: 11:Final result & now time to save this image.
This post has covered a lot of information about how to remove an object in Photoshop CS6. we hope you gained some valuable insights into this process.
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Jon M. Bayless is a graphic designer who loves to share his photoshop tricks on the website he created, called Trick Gate. He has been in the industry for over 20 years and has mastered many of Photoshop’s features. His favorite thing about what he does is meeting new people every day – there are so many different personalities in this world, all with their own unique strengths!