In the first scenario, you are the photographer.

In this situation, I always get the shot before having the model depart the location so I may take a picture of a plain background. In this instance, I used an image from Adobe Stock and looked for additional images from the same photoshoot. I was able to take another picture, but this one showed a different aspect of the background. You’ll see how we’re using it now.

When you have more than one image to work with, technique #1 is to remove people from a photograph.
The opening image is seen here. We’ll get rid of that person. Go ahead.

FIRST STEP: Select the Quick Selection brush.

In CS6, you will need to select the subject by brushing over it before clicking Select Subject.

Your candidate will be chosen. However, a beautiful loose selection will help the background blend in better.

STEP 2. Select Expand>Select>50 pixels.

STEP 3. To open the fill, press Shift+Delete (Shift+Backspace on Windows).

Select Content Aware, then click “OK.”

To begin with, it performs fairly well.

We have two options from here. Use a different photo to patch this one together instead of fixing the rest of the image (which we will do in a few stages). Now let’s examine the patch option.

  1. REMOVING A PERSON USING MULTIPLE PHOTOS.
    Use an additional photo that is unencumbered in the region we are repairing if you have taken other pictures at the same location.

Drag the new image into the document with our primary image. Therefore, the 2 photos will be on distinct levels.

Drag one photo into the tab of the other photo at the top of the screen to combine them. Move to the centre of the image and then release after waiting for the document to open. how to merge two pictures.

To enable you to view both, reduce the top layer’s opacity to 50%.

Reposition the top layer in relation to the one below by using the move tool (V).
Note that you might need to rotate, scale, or dirty the layer to fit; in that case, use Cmd/Ctrl+T for free transfer, and use the right click menu to access other options.

STEP 5. After aligning the layer, cover it with a mask: Click the new layer mask icon while holding down Alt or Option.

It will create a black mask that conceals the top layer.

STEP 6: Pick a black brush with rounded edges.

Paint over the patched area using the black layer mask.

Over the region you want to conceal, paint the top layer (the aforementioned video demonstrates this).

In this case, I painted it over the top layer of the image. See how flawless it appears? The shadow on the crosswalk is the only object. That will be covered in the next technique.

A PERSON CAN BE REMOVED FROM A PHOTO USING A SINGLE IMAGE USING TECHNIQUE #2.
Here, we’ll do it without adding a patch of a different photo to the image. If you only have one image at your disposal, you will employ this method.

STEP 1 Press Cmd/Ctrl+J to duplicate the layer. We now have a clear background layer in case we need it in the future.

selecting the Quick Selection brush

In CS6, you will need to select the subject by brushing over it before clicking Select Subject.

Your candidate will be chosen. However, a beautiful loose selection will help the background blend in better.

STEP 2.

Choose Select>Expand>50 pixels

STEP 3. To open the fill, press Shift+Delete (Shift+Backspace on Windows).

Select Content Aware, then click “OK.”

This is what happened. Not a bad beginning

Deselect by pressing Cmd+D.

STEP 4: Let’s apply Content Aware to the upper portion, which needs some improvement.

Select the lasso tool.

Make a choice in the vicinity of the troubled area.

STEP 5. To open the fill dialogue box, press Shift+Delete (Shift+Backspace on Windows).

It appears much better than it did.

Press enter after selecting content Aware.

STEP 6. It’s time to make the necessary corrections by using the clone stamp.

It is recommended to clone onto a new layer after creating a new one.

STEP 7. Pick the Clone Stamping Tool

Make careful to select “Current and below” from the list of options to prevent the stamp from being empty.

Use the Clone Stamp in Step 8 by clicking on the area you wish to sample while holding down the Option or Alt key.

To paint using the sampled area, simply click and drag. (This is specifically demonstrated in the video.)

To fill in the gaps and cover up the odd-looking regions, use the clone stamp to copy certain portions of the image. Resample frequently to prevent recurring patterns.

STEP 9. The shadow in the crosswalk needs to be fixed.

To sample, press Alt or Option. Start painting with the clone stamp after moving the brush until the edges are aligned.

Sometimes you will come to a problem like this. The corner is missing.

SECTION 10. Add a new layer

Clone on the new layer in step 11. observing the side and top edges.

If you go over, it won’t matter. We’ll correct that. In fact, there are situations when going too far and using layer masks to tidy up is preferable.

STEP 12.

Click the new Layer Mask icon in the Layers panel to create a layer mask.

SECTION 13. Select the brush tool.

To reset the colour, use Cmd/Ctrl+D.

To change the foreground and background colours, press the X key. The background must be dark.

the layer mask of choice.

To remove the extra paint, paint around the shape’s edges.

STEP 14.

What if we want to sample from a different area and the angle is different. We want to copy the left yellow rectangle over the highlighted yellow rectangle. However the angles are different.

STEP 15: To open the clone source panel, select Window>Clone Source.

Drag the panel’s angle slider to alter the angle’s magnitude.

Now when you clone, the angle will change to match the new angle.

And we are all done.

I merged the crosswalk from the second technique and the upper half of the image from the first technique to create the thumbnail. I was accused of using a different image because it turned out so well.

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