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Photoshop: Content Awareness and Using Skills I Have Learnt so Far

Today I refined the skills I have learnt from previous tasks and used them to fix an old photo with creases on the surface. The purpose of this task was to recall knowledge on how to non-destructively edit an image as well as to further experiment with using the spot healing tool and clone stamp tool. 644 more words

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Content aware

In my previous lesson we had to repair a damaged black and white image and then we had to colour the image in as realistically as we could. 270 more words


Photoshop Lesson Six - Content Aware

For this lesson our task was to fix a photo from a long time ago. It had creases in it which we had to remove using the clone stamp tool, to do this non-destructively we had to create a layer on top that could also edit the layers underneath. 71 more words


Removing things and people from images

We live on a very populated planet.  Sometimes we have the perfect shot in my, but the shirtless middle aged smoker at the beach isn’t budging from our picturesque scene.   309 more words


Fixing Blemishes & Content Aware

To fix a blemish on a picture, you can either use the spot healing tool or the Gaussian tool. During this activity the class used the spot healing tool to remove Morgan Freeman’s blemishes and the rig’s in the black and white photo. 79 more words

Lappa - och lagaverktyget (J)

Thanks to: https://pixabay.com/sv/users/Peggy_Marco-1553824/ – Please mail me if you don´t want me to use your picture. This is only in an educational purpose.


Tutorial - Photoshop: Content Aware Fill

Here’s a quick six step process on how to clean up your photo from any obvious distractions, zits, blemishes, background wires, poles, people, etc.

My inspiration was after we did an assignment in class to erase a dog from a photo and I really enjoyed it. 180 more words

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