Hello! Welcome to my another tutorial from 30 Days to Learn Photoshop series. Last time I wrote on Brush Tool in Photoshop. This is one is a bit different. Today, I’ll show you what’s the secret behind the removal of objects in Photoshop. Yes, you saw it right. Today, you’ll see how do Photoshoppers remove objects in Photoshop. They do it with the help of Clone Stamp Tool. Although, there are many ways and tools available in Photoshop to remove objects, the most famous one is Clone Stamp Tool.

Remember what you learned in Healing Brush Tool, you have source and target. The same things are also present here. You have a source and a target. You choose source by holding down Opt/Alt key and you choose the target by clicking with the mouse.

I’ll share everything in more details in this tutorial. But before we proceed, let me show you the before and after pic of an image where I magically removed chairs and umbrella.

Before

before - Day 18: Remove Objects with Clone Stamp Tool in PhotoshopAfter

after - Day 18: Remove Objects with Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop

Now let’s begin with few questions

What is Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop

Clone Stamp is a tool from which you can copy one part of the image and paste it on another part.

Where is Clone Stamp Tool Located in Photoshop

You need to grab Clone Stamp Tool from the tool panel or activate is by pressing Shift+S again and again until it activates.

1 - Day 18: Remove Objects with Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop

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