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Photoshop: Content Aware Fill to Remove Objects

Lesson 20 from: Capture and Edit Photos of People in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

Jared Platt

Photoshop: Content Aware Fill to Remove Objects

Lesson 20 from: Capture and Edit Photos of People in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

Jared Platt

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20. Photoshop: Content Aware Fill to Remove Objects

Similar to the patch tool, the content aware fill tool helps you remove unwanted objects from your final image. Learn how to make quick fixes.

Lesson Info

Photoshop: Content Aware Fill to Remove Objects

So we're here in Photoshop and the first thing that I'm gonna do is the easy thing, which is go and fix the lunch pail. So I'm gonna zoom in all the way to there, and all I'm gonna do is just take the lasso tool, and I'm just gonna circle this sticker. Then I'm gonna go up to edit, content aware fill, and it's gone. You can see this is the original image, this is the new image, and it did a perfect job at fixing that and replicating the wood pattern below it. So I'm gonna hit OK. The next thing I'm gonna do is click on the background again, and I'm gonna circle this other sticker, and I'm gonna go to edit, content aware fill, and see how it removed that one? Now the other sticker is showing again, but that's because the fix is on a new layer. So I'm gonna hit OK. Now you can see that both of these have been completely removed, but we have a beautiful wood finish below that. It was super simple to do, and I'm just going to click on all three of these layers, and I'm gonna hit Cmd + E, t...

o flatten them, and that issue is completely fixed.

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