Deleting an object to ensure the aesthetics of the photo is extremely important. Sometimes things accidentally appear in your photos like a bag of trash, a stranger, or anything that annoys you from your favorite work, so it's even more important to delete them.
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Today, AnonyViet will guide you to delete any object in a photo very simply Photoshop. This is the most commonly used professional 2D image editing software in the world.
Instructions for deleting any object in Photoshop
First, open an image file that needs to be deleted in Photoshop.
Step 2: Select Spot on the toolbar and select the function Spot Healing Brush Tool (same picture).
Step 3: Adjust the size of the brush by dragging the size bar to best fit.
Remember to select mode Content-Aware on the options bar.
Step 4: Now you just need to paint the area that needs to be erased and wait a few seconds for Photoshop to process it automatically.
The photo deletion process here is basically complete. However, for some highly complex images, Photoshop's algorithm cannot process them all. Therefore, we have to do step 4 several times until we find it most suitable.
Result finally we get:
So, it only takes a few simple steps plus a little ingenuity. You can now manually remove excess objects from the photo. But if you still wonder why Photoshop can automate the deletion process like that. I will explain a little about this function. When you select and release the mouse, Photoshop will take the textures around that area. Then cover everything in the selected area. That means wherever it is applied, it will be erased. Photoshop will automatically patch the deleted areas with existing ones around so that the image is not punctured.