There are a few reasons why you might want to remove an object from a photograph. Maybe it’s distracting from the more important elements of the image, a person in the background who isn’t supposed to be there, or a sign that you didn’t notice. But what do you do when you want to move (or remove) a significant object from your image’s foreground? You might have had to do this in the past, and you know it isn’t easy to do well.
Filling in a foreground element usually entails a lot of work with the clone-stamp and healing brush tools, as well as finding similar areas to copy pixels from and, on occasion, recreating the background by painting in shadows, textures, and filler objects. Even with Photoshop’s improved tools in recent years, the result frequently leaves a lot to be desired.
Unmesh Dinda from PiXimperfect shows us how to use a scary new tool to fill in large parts of an image seamlessly, flawlessly, and easily in this video. He can easily delete the foreground element and generate a replacement in just a few simple steps. The app even provides him with a few different options to choose from.
Check out this amazing new tool, and let us know if and how you’d use it in your work.