Previously, we featured tutorials on how to select and remove objects in Photoshop using Content-Aware Fill and the Object Selection Tool. But how do you remove objects in images with complex perspectives, while maintaining patterns and textures?
In this handy tutorial, Photoshop instructor Unmesh Dinda from PiXimperfect shows you how to use the Vanishing Point filter to define and work in perspective. Learn how to clone better by combining it with selections and using features like Healing. Watch below.
01:53 – Remove the easy stuff
05:15 – Define the perspective with Vanishing Point
06:43 – Cloning in perspective
10:02 – Finishing touches
Download sample image shown in video.
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