During graphic designing, there often comes a time when you find an image really suitable for your project save for that one object. If you’re facing such a situation, then take a look at this tutorial where I’m going to show you a quick, yet effective way to remove any object from its background using Photoshop.
It’s really easy and merely takes a few steps to erase an object in Photoshop. But before we start, here’s a before and after of the image to give you an idea of what this technique will achieve.
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- Open the image in Photoshop and select the Object Selection Tool from the left Toolbar.
- Drag it over the object you wish to remove.
- Now go to Select > Modify > Expand.
- Enter a value of anywhere from 10 to 100 (you might need to do some trial and error for the best result) and then hit OK.
- The highlighted object will be expanded. It should look something like this.
- Now, go to Edit > Fill. Make sure Content-Aware is selected, then click OK.
- And Voila! your object has now vanished!
Do try out this technique and let us know how it went for you.