Photoshop never disappoints with its amazingly helpful tools. This makes Photoshop a complete photo editing software. One of many reasons that photographers use it is to perform photo manipulation such as removing objects. Removing small distractions and spots is the most common practice in Photoshop. Among many tools that can help you remove spots and marks from a photo, on the top of the list is the Patch Tool in Photoshop. Keep reading to learn how to use the Patch Tool.
Where is the Patch Tool Located
How to use the Patch Tool to Remove Minor Spots
Step 1 – Open the Photo
Step 2 - Select the Area
Step 3 – Removing the Object
How to Replicate Objects with the Patch Tool
Another great way that the Patch Tool can help is by replicating objects with simpler surroundings. Let’s see how you can do that.
Step 1 - Creating a layer
After opening the image in Photoshop, create a duplicate layer, so that we can have a backup if edits create are a mess. You can duplicate the layer by right-clicking on the layer and then selecting the “duplicate” option.
Step 2 – Copying the Object
Step 3 – Finalizing:
Make the necessary adjustments to blend in the changes to get the perfect photograph.
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