ReMove unwanted details with Content-Aware Fill Photoshop CC


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Removing unwanted details with Content-Aware Fill

Photoshop has a number of different tools to help you remove distracting elements. Including the Content-Aware Fill, the Patch tool, and the Content-Aware Move tool. Now, most of the time, these tools work to get you about 95% of the way there. But you might still need to do some additional cloning or maybe healing, in order to perfect some areas. But fortunately, they've taken care of the majority of the work for you. So, let's go ahead and start with the content-aware fill technology. I have my Lasso tool selected, and I'm going to want to remove this lamp, but of course that means I'll also want to remove the shadow.

So I'm going to make a selection around both the lamp and the shadow, and I want to make sure that I include some of the brick area and the cement area here in the door. Because, Photoshop is going to try to make up the information inside of my selection, and I want to kind of help guide it as to where to take the information from. So then we'll select the Edit...

Removing unwanted details with Content-Aware Fill
Video duration: 6m 18s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Removing unwanted details with Content-Aware Fill provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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