In this Photoshop tutorial we will learn how to use content-aware fill to lose object in the photo easily.
- Program: Adobe Photoshop CC
- Estimated Completion Time: 10 minutes
- Difficulity: Easy
Adobe as an image processing application developer or what we commonly call Photoshop applications adds a new feature called “content-aware fill”. This feature is very unique and interesting because it really helps the photographer or designer in editing images. Another plus is this feature can save a lot of our time in editing images.
The Content-Aware Fill (Edit> Content-Aware Fill) workspace gives you an interactive editing experience to achieve good results. You get control over the sampling area used by content-aware technology to fill selected portions of the image and some other settings to adjust the results of the fill. You also get a preview of the full resolution directly from the changes and options to display the results to a new layer.
How to lose Object with content-aware fill in Photoshop:
1. Open an image in Photoshop
Use any selection tool to select the part of the image you want to fill. You can use the marquee tool, brush tool, lasso tool and others.
2. Use Rectangle Marquee Tool
Use this selection to eliminate objects in the image. You can choose another selection depending on the size of the object in your drawing.
3. Selection of objects to be removed
Select the object in the picture that you want to remove. Try to select the object must be tight so that it will not affect changes in the background.
4. Content-aware fill
Click Edit > Fill or by shortcut shift + f5 for using content-aware fill. In this menu you can arrange as you wish.
Adjust according to the picture above:
- Contents: Content-aware
- Blending > Mode: Normal; Opacity: 100%;
After that choose Ok. Then the object that we have selected will disappear.
That’s how to get rid of objects in photos with content-aware fill easily. You just need to follow the steps above. May be useful.