Picture-perfect object removal starts with selection tools.
From a stray arm poking into the frame to a Jeep ruining your safari photo, use Content-Aware Fill in Photoshop to clean up images and keep the focus on your desired subject.
Take any object out of the picture.
Choose and easily adjust your sampling area with the Sampling Brush tool, then use it to remove a subject entirely.
Remove from any background.
Whether your background is a sunset gradient or a complex pattern, use Fill settings like Color Adaptation and Rotation Adaptation to help cut objects seamlessly.
Make a better match with your new selection.
Make your fill layers look natural and unnoticeable. Change the size of pattern fills with Scale or reflect symmetrical elements with Mirror, then fine-tune them with the Healing Brush.
Output with ease.
Use Content-Aware Fill features to make your tweaks, then apply them by selecting Current Layer, New Layer, or Duplicate Layer in your output settings.
Use Content-Aware Fill to make unwanted aspects of your photos disappear.
By analyzing the image, the Content-Aware Fill tool locates ideal details around an object to better replace the selected area. Discover how you can remove large objects, and even people, in front of simple or complex backgrounds.
With the Object Selection tool, use a rectangle or lasso tool to select the object you want to remove.
Choose Select › Modify and enter a small number of pixels so Content-Aware Fill can understand the area around the object you want to cut from the image.
Open the Content Aware workspace with Choose Edit › Content-Aware Fill. From there you can preview the fill and refine it.
Once you apply the fill, you can touch up smaller areas in need of finesse with the Sampling Brush.
Output your file and share your edited photo, now free of any aspects you don’t want.
Master object-removal editing skills.
Practice new Content-Aware Fill tools with these step-by-step tutorials.
Discover the basics of removing objects.
Get an overview of Content-Aware Fill and see how you can use it to refine your photos.