Move a person with Content-Aware Move Photoshop: Retouching


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Moving a person with Content-Aware Move

All right, well here, in this last movie with this project, I want to take a look at how we can organize our Layers panel a little bit, and also how we can move a subject from one location to another. So these top two layers are the top of the lightbulb. If you click in one layer, then hold down the Shift key and click on another, you can select two layers, and when it comes to retouching, you're going to have a lot of little small layers. You typically will want to group these together. We can do that by way of a shortcut after we've selected them.

The shortcut is Command+G on a Mac, Ctrl+G on Windows, and I'll just name this group light. In this way, I can turn these on and off, and you can see how we can then modify those. With this entire group, what you may want to do sometimes is just lower the opacity, and this is true sometimes when you're retouching different areas. By lowering the opacity sometimes, it can help those little areas you've retouch just blend in ...

Moving a person with Content-Aware Move
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Moving a person with Content-Aware Move provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop for Photographers: Portrait Retouching

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Photography
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