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Clean up your images using Photoshop’s Generative Fill

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Kin Meng
Clean up your images using Photoshop’s Generative Fill

Photoshop's Generative Fill is an essential tool for photographers and designers alike, transforming images by removing unwanted elements with remarkable ease. Whether it's a distracting object in a product photo or an unexpected photobomber in a perfect shot, Generative Fill is your go-to solution. This streamlined guide will walk you through the process, making it simple to enhance your images while maintaining their natural aesthetic.

Step 1: Select the object with the Lasso Tool

Open your image in Photoshop and grab the Lasso Tool from the toolbar or press 'L'. Use it to encircle the object you wish to remove. The selection doesn't have to be perfect; Generative Fill is quite adaptable.

Step 2: Activate Generative Fill

Go to the Edit menu and choose 'Generative Fill'. A prompt box appears, but for simplicity, stick with the default settings and hit 'Generate'. Photoshop will now analyze the area and work on replacing the selected object.

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Step 3: Choose the Best Fill Option

Photoshop will offer several fill options, each tailored to blend the space left by the object with the surrounding area. Review these and select the one that integrates most naturally with your image.

Step 4: Finalize Your Choice

Once you’re happy with your selection, click 'OK' to apply it. If the result isn't what you expected, you can always undo and retry.

And just like that, you’ve mastered a quick and efficient way to clean up your images using Photoshop's Generative Fill feature. This tool is invaluable for enhancing photo quality, removing distractions, and maintaining the natural look of your compositions. Keep practicing to perfect your skills. Happy editing!

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