How to remove a foreground object in Photoshop Tutorial

Preface this by saying, this is super simple and not the most precise way to do this. Look at this as a starting point to greater things. If you need help, look toward the future where I will be doing more tutorials. All on how to do simple things to get the job done that you might not know.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Stacey says:

    Whoa! I’ve been using the clone tool and it takes forever. I’m sure that’s the best route with certain textures, but I can’t wait to try this. Thanks for the tutorial ?

    1. Stefan Glazer the Professional Amateur says:

      Stacey! You’d be surprised what the content aware fill can do. It will give you that baseline to start with, sometimes, even with some crazier patterns you’re done! Or just a little spot check with a healing brush or clone brush will tidy it up. But I’m all about efficiency!