Editing a existing photo

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Jun 17, 2020 Jun 17, 2020

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Is there the ability to manually erase and restore parts of the background when applying a len on a photo that was previously taken?  I've noticed not all of the background gets replaced. And it would be nice to then go in and be able to help the app by erasing parts not needed. And restoring others. Thank you. 

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Hi Disneyographer,  

 

Thank you for reaching out with your question regarding the ability to manually erase and restore parts of the background when applying a lens on a photo you took. We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us!

 

You can tap the Photoshop Express "PsX" icon to continue editing your photos with tools like masking and healing in Photoshop Express. Then tap the Ps Camera button to return to Photoshop Camera. Each lens has it's very own special effects. You can tap on the Lens properties and Global lens properties to see more options to edit your photos.

 

To learn more, please visit Apply lenses to captured photos help resources here: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop-camera/using/lens-effects-edit-photos.html

 

We encourage you to also submit your feedback and feature requests to the Adobe Photoshop Camera Forum: https://photoshopcamera.uservoice.com/ 

  

Your submission will be sent to the Photoshop Camera team for review. Your feedback helps us improve the application, understand what works for you, and provide you with even better user experience.    

 

Thank you!

Jenny

   

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