Is there anything more annoying that capturing the perfect photo only to find that later, on closer inspection, you have unwanted items in your photo- maybe a stray tourist or a piece of trash ? It happens to all of us, and so we need to know how to fix it!

Luckily for you Photoshop is the perfect tool for this sort of task and PhotoNERDs is here to show you how to remove these items from your photos. In part one we used the Healing Tool. In this second episode we will show you how to repurpose part of your original photo to use in other areas. This technique is not the most common method of removing unwanted items however it is easy and highly effective.

 

In part 3 we will share in more detail how to use this trick while maintaining a natural looking, high quality image.

As an added bonus, PhotoNERDs and PhotoRec are going to give you the RAW/DNG file FREE so that you can follow along with these videos. Click Here to Download the RAW/DNG exercise file to practice along with the videos.

One of the unique services offered by PhotoNERDs is one-on-one Photoshop, Lightroom or Photoshop Elements mentoring via remote access. They have spent countless hours mentoring photographers of all levels, on ways to increase productivity, creativity and efficiency in photography.

 

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 #mondaymorningshare - I want to see your failed experiments or favorite photos from the last week. GO TO http://photorec.tv/fb to share your fav image from the past week. Here's my #failedexperiment The US Capitol at Sunset. File this under because I could - a 2 minute exposure with the use of a NISI Filters 10-stop ND. I hoped I would get some interesting wispy movement in the clouds but nothing developed. Next I tried a 6 minute exposure (swipe to see it) and while there may be a little more movement in the clouds it certainly wasn't anything to get excited about. And while I often recommend very carefully shooting building and monuments as symmetrically as possible, I purposefully shot from right of center to avoid losing Ulysses S. Grant statue in the front of the capitol. *  Sony #A7RII and #Canon 2470mm with #NiSiFilters #10StopND
 I love traveling with other photographers on #mckaylive trips. Kari, a trip participant, noticed this line of trees and shared her perspective with me. I had glanced at them but hadn't noticed how nicely they lined up when standing at a certain spot #teacherbecomesthestudent :) We had a great day leaving behind the cherry blossom crowds for a much quieter walk around #HarpersFerryWV. And a visit to #BolivarHeights a much fought over hilltop during the civil war and the site of the largest surrender of Union troops - over 12,000 men surrendered to Stonewall Jackson. *  Captured with the #Panasonic #GH4 and #1235mm lens
 "Such a blunder sometimes it makes me wonder why I even bring the thunder" * The Jefferson Memorial might be my favorite. Jefferson's quotes inside, the circular structure surrounded by the columns, the fact that it is perched on a more organic, curving body of water. There is much to love here! Inside I chose to go wide with the 12mm Laowa to capture that awesome dome and offer a different perspective. * Captured with the #Sony #A7RII and @venuslaowa #12mm f/2.8 lens


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