It is not easy to take pictures with no people or without other people in a busy tourist spot. There’s always someone walks into your frame. Thankfully technology provides us a relatively simple way to capture these scenes people-free or without unwanted people, shadows, cars or objects. You probably know Photoshop can be used to erase unnecessary people and objects from photos. It is a powerful image editing software but not an easy one. In this simple guide, I’ll show you how to achieve that with an easier tool in just a few clicks. Everyone can use it without much technical knowledge. Photo editor by Movavi comes with the quick object removal tool. Read the simple steps below and find out how to remove someone from your picture.
Launch the photo editor on your PC. Click Browse for Images button in the center to add photos to the editor or simply drag and drop your image files to import them.
There are mainly two steps to delete any people or object from your photo. Use one of the provided tools to select the unwanted people or object in your photo; then hit the erase button to get ride of it.
Click Object Removal from the top toolbar. Then choose Brush, Magic Wand or Lasso as the selection eraser tool to select any person or object in your picture.
Magic Wand allows you to select areas of similar colors with a single click. Use sensitivity to control the range of colors selected with one click. For example, if you want to delete the shadow of some person or object, you can select the Magic Want tool and one click to select all the shadow area quickly. The Lasso group of tools allow you to make free form selections.Movavi image editor offers two Lasso tools: the Lasso tool itself and the Polygonal Lasso tool. Use the regular Lasso tool to select an object by tracing its outline; use the Polygonal Lasso tool to select an object by tracing its outline with straight lines.
To make the selection more accurate, adjust the parameters, such as brush size, variation, sensitivity, etc. The Variation slider affects how far away from the object the replacement pixels can be taken from.
After the selection, click Start Erasing to remove the unwanted person or object from your picture.
Use the Stamp tool to clear up any imperfections left after erasing. Hold down the Alt key, left-click on the area you want to clone to set a source point. Then click-and-drag over the area of the image you want to correct.The clone brush tool is very useful. It can be used to clean up dust spots, pimples, cover up blemishes and many more.