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๐Ÿ”Ž Quick Tips : How to use content aware fill in Photoshop

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Sep 28, 2022 Sep 28, 2022

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Content Aware Fill

Content aware fill is a great and powerful tool to remove unwanted objects from your image and seamlessly fill the slected portions from other parts of the image. If done correctly, you can make the image look as if the objects were not even there to begin with.

 

 

 

Quick steps to use Content Aware Fill

 

โถ Select the object

Make a quick selection of the object you want to remove using one of the wide range of selection tools available in Photoshop. You can use Select Subject, the Object Selection Tool, or even any of the Marquee tools.

 

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โท Open Content-Aware Fill

  • Right-click the selection and choose Content-Aware Fill from the drop-down menu
  • Choose Edit > Content-Aware Fill

 

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โธ Refine the selection
In the Content-Aware Fill workspace you can refine the selection and also customize the sampling area using the panel on the right of the Photoshop interface. You can easily expand the selection edges around your object by selecting a Lasso tool from the left Toolbar and clicking the Expand button one or more times in the Options bar at the top. If you've expanded the selection too much, use the Contract button or Undo to reduce the selection edges. (For best results, we recommend leaving the Sampling Area Options on Auto)
 
 
โน Commit to the selection when you're happy
When you're happy with the selection and the Sampling Area, Click OK and let Photoshop do it's magic.
 
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Related links:

Remove objects from photos with Content-Aware

 

If you want to learn more about Photoshop in little bite-sized chunks, visit the Quick Tips home page.

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