Removing the words from the book


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Removing the words from the book

Now that we have extracted the book from the background, we're ready to work on the copy. Now, the easiest way to do that is going to be to select this layer and to duplicate it. To do that, we can click-and-drag this to the New Layer icon, or we can press Command+J or Ctrl+J. Next thing we want to do is press the M key to select our Marquee tool. We want to add a Feather here, maybe 1 or 2 pixels at most, and then make a selection around this text. Now, if your selection isn't good, don't let go of your mouse button.

Press the Spacebar key, click and reposition it, and then click-and-drag it out. You want it to just be on the edge of the text. Next thing we'll do is we'll go down to our Patch tool. You can find that beneath those Healing brushes. What's going to happen is when we patch this, it's not going to look perfect the first time, but things rarely do in Photoshop. So, we'll go ahead and drag that over to the clean page and then let go. All right, we...

Removing the words from the book
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Removing the words from the book provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5: Creative Compositing

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Photography
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Photoshop
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