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Changing photo contents with Auto-Align Layers

This week we're going to look at a little feature in Photoshop which a lot of people don't really understand. There's this little guy right here called Auto Align Layers. Right now it's grayed out because I only have a single layer. Just a picture right there. Just a background. But we're going to see how this can be used for two different purposes. One, to take something out, the other to put something in. So now, right here, I like this image. I like the way the tree was playing this against this brick wall back here and I like this shadow but I knew I didn't like this sign.

And I didn't like the little piece of car. Well the car is fine, I could just crop it right there. But the sign, well that's in the way. Little fill with continental wear isn't going to quite get it because of the random structure of these bricks back here and then that shadow. That shadow has to continue and be nice and clean to make it look like the pole isn't there. So what we're going...

Changing photo contents with Auto-Align Layers
Video duration: 6m 36s 24h 8m Intermediate Updated Jul 22, 2016

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Changing photo contents with Auto-Align Layers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Bert Monroy as part of the Pixel Playground

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Design Photography
Software:
Illustrator Photoshop
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