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Use Photoshop To Remove Those Pesky Unwanted Elements From Your Photos

This post is part of the series Photoshop

Other posts in this series:

  1. Use Photoshop To Remove Those Pesky Unwanted Elements From Your Photos (Current)
  2. Little Known Photoshop Feature to Straighten A Photo While Cropping
  3. Make A Meme for Facebook Using Photoshop Gradient Tool

I love using Photoshop, I honestly don't know what I would do without it.

But, if you're new to this awesome tool, it can be a little intimidating.

So, I'm making it my mission to teach Photoshop in short “Quick Tip” videos to help you acquire skills to make your online photos pop and bring in new readers and customers. This is my first “Photoshop Quick Tip Clip” and I'm pretty excited to get it posted. I'm covering an amazing feature that quite honestly blows me away with how easy it is to use and how well it works.

Let me give you a little background, then on to the video.

The other day my hubby and I were headed to our daughter's house for dinner and on the way we saw the most beautiful big pink Texas sky.  I had to have a photo, so I was glad I wasn't driving. The car was moving so I did my best to capture the moment between telephone poles and electrical lines, but it was hard because there were so many. I did my best but this is what I got  ~ beautiful but yuck, lines and poles, too many lines and poles.

Photoshop - Remove Unwanted Items with Fill Content-Aware

But, remember, I use Photoshop. So, when I got home, I did a little Photoshop magic and cleaned it up. Now, the photo is ready for me to add a quote or saying and I can easily use it on social media or anywhere for that matter. Since I have an e-commerce site selling Texas items, this would make a lovely addition to my Faceback page. See the short 5-minute video below to see how easy it was to remove the electrical line and poles that muddled up the beautiful sky.

Photoshop edited big Texas sky

I didn't change the color of the sky, that's exactly what it looked like through my iPhone and with the naked eye, but I did make the grass a bit more green. It would be easy to also lighten, darken, or even adjust the color of the sky but I didn't cover color correction in the video, I wanted to keep it short. I only covered how to remove those unwanted elements. Check it out.

Video is best viewed in FULL-SCREEN mode.

If you like what you learned here, please share on social media or leave a comment below. If you have any questions about the information shared in this video, feel free to post your question below and I'll do my best to answer, heck, maybe your question will be the topic of my next video!

Thanks for watching!

Reba

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About the Author Reba

I’m a fifty-something, self-taught, online business geek from Texas and owner of Online To Thrive. A lot goes into creating an online business and it can be a really scary endeavor. I’m here to help make getting started easy and affordable with step-by-step courses that are clear, straightforward, and uncomplicated.

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