Photoshop is renowned for its retouching capabilities—you can use it for everything from intricate portrait refinements to larger-scale content removal and repositioning. So when your desire to change the reality of a photo exceeds the abilities of Lightroom’s Spot Removal tool, you can send the photo over to Photoshop for more serious pixel-pushing voodoo.
Once you’re in Photoshop, it’s important to maintain editing flexibility and safeguard your original image, so you’ll perform each edit on a separate layer.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use Photoshop to:
• Remove objects using the Spot Healing and Healing Brush tools
• Remove objects using the Clone Stamp tool
• Remove objects ...