Removing distracting objects with content-aware tools


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Removing distracting objects with content-aware tools

When you're shooting a travel photo, you can't control everything in the scene. You may have a distracting background, or a clutter in the image, or a person, or a car, or a boat may enter the side of your photo. In this case, the sun was about to set, and I knew I wasn't going to have another chance to get this photo, so I went ahead and shot it, even though there is more clutter than I would like in the scene. Fortunately, Photoshop offers a number of sophisticated retouching tools which you can use to remove some of the clutter here, and in your other travel photos.

So, let's take a look at what we can do to clean up some of this image. Before I start retouching, I like to make a separate layer to hold my retouching patches, and that gives me a lot more flexibility if I change my mind about what I've done. So, I am going to go to the Layers panel, and click on the topmost layer, and create a new layer by clicking the New Layer button, and I'll name this new emp...

Removing distracting objects with content-aware tools
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Removing distracting objects with content-aware tools provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Enhancing a Travel Photo with Photoshop and Lightroom

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Photography
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Photoshop Lightroom
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