Simplify your photos, keep the attention on your subjects, remove unwanted logos and branding, and more!
Follow along through 5 examples where you’ll master the fundamentals of object removal in Photoshop. Learn how to use the Healing Brush, Spot Healing Brush, Clone Stamp Tool, Content-Aware, and the Brush Tool to clean up any photo.
Removing objects and distractions from an image will help make sure the tone, composition, and subject are what stand out.
REMOVE LOGOS & BRANDING
Removing Objects in Photoshop
This course tackles the basics of one of the most important Photoshop skills: removing objects and distractions. Learn the most common tools and techniques that professionals use to clean up images and help their subjects stand out.
Fundamental Tools & Techniques
Object removal can be quick and easy or extremely challenging and time-consuming. We start you off with the most important tools you’ll need to know to tackle common situations in a variety of environments.
Remove Logos & Branding
Learn how to remove logos from objects and clothing in a scene. Perfect for when you want to get rid of unwanted branding, or if you want to eventually add your own branding.
LEARN MULTIPLE TOOLS
Photoshop has plenty of A.I.-powered tools to help make quick work of object removal, but few are as impressive as Content-Aware. Learn how to use this quick and easy tool to remove large objects in just a few clicks.
Healing Brush & Spot Healing Brush
The most common tools for object removal, the Healing Brush and Spot Healing Brush are built to tackle most situations wonderfully. Master these essential tools while learning their differences and their limitations.
The Clone Stamp Tool
When you need to preserve clean edges and crisp textures, the Clone Stamp Tool should be your go-to. Learn how to sample and duplicate complex areas for seamless object removal. And if you’re feeling a little out of your depth, try brushing up on the most important tools in Photoshop in The Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop.
Clean, Professional Results
QUICKLY CLEAN UP ENVIRONMENTS
Both Clean & Busy Backgrounds
While we try to keep things relatively simple in this course, it’s good to get your feet wet by removing objects within busy backgrounds. We start off with the basics before moving on to removing a variety of different objects in more complex environments. If you’re looking for even more of challenge, try our complete object removal course, How to Remove Anything in Photoshop.
One of the most important aspects of object removal is making sure to not destroy information from the original photograph. Learn how to work using new Layers and non-destructive tools so that you can always undo or hide changes, or start over from the beginning.
Simplify Any Photo
Simplifying a photo can help guide the eyes of the viewer, and make sure that they more clearly understand the tone and purpose of the image. Learn how to analyze an image to determine what’s important, and what can be removed.
WORK WITH COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS
Reposition Large Objects
Sometimes removing an object isn’t the answer. Learn how to select, duplicate, and reposition large objects to fill in gaps and improve composition.
Recreate Edges & Textures
There are some telltale signs that a photo has been Photoshopped: blotchy details and inconsistent edges. We show you how to remove distractions while preserving and recreating important details and maintaining hard edges and structure.
Sample PSDs Included
We don’t just provide the sample images for you to follow along with, we also set you up with the completed PSD files so you can reverse-engineer the process and experiment with the effects.
PHLEARN Founder – Class Instructor
Aaron Nace is a photographer, Photoshop artist and founder of PHLEARN. He is the #1 Photoshop instructor in the world with millions of YouTube subscribers.
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