One of the biggest advantages of
PhotoDirector is its capability to remove objects without having to use an
additional image editing software. The new version takes a step further with
the introduction of new Content Aware Removal, meaning that you do not have to
find areas in the image to patch the object you want to remove, the program
will automatically fill up the space.
In this tutorial, we will remove two
objects in this photo: the utility pole together some wires around it and a
patch of dark soil. I find these two objects blocking the visual flow in this
After the image is imported into the
library, go to the “Edit” module and select “Content Aware Removal”.
There are 2 types of selection brushes, one
for removing objects and another for straight lines. To remove the utility
pole, it is easier to select the pole by using the line brush. The size of the
brush is adjustable and several lines can (of different sizes) be selected at the same time. Once the
selection is made, click on the “apply” button and PhotoDirector will remove
the pole and wire lines altogether.
Here is the photo after removing the utility pole. As you can, the sky is automatically filled in place.
Now, let’s work on the dark patch of field
on the other side of the image. This time, we will use the object brush and paint
over the area. The brush size can be adjusted to selected small areas such as
the corners of the field.
Click on the “Save to” button to save the final image and at the same time, PhotoDirector will import the final image into the media library.
Now, that both objects are removed, the
image looks cleaner and more serene.
Now, we can make a few final touches such
as sharpening the image and remove noise or style it to your taste and liking.
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Unwanted object removing tutorial is very needful for me so great thanks .ReplyDelete