What is the easiest way to edit photos to remove unwanted items like snow flakes on faces? I'm trying to touch up a holiday picture of my kids that I took during a snow storm, and I like the effect of the snow, but not the flakes that look like they're on their faces. Is there an easy way to remove the unwanted snow flakes and replace it with skin? Thanks very much for any suggestions anyone has. I apologize if this is an ignorant question - I'm new to Adobe Photo shop so I appreciate your patience and advice.
If you want to remove small things like snow flakes from someone's face on Photoshop.com, simply open the image in the Adobe Photoshop Express Editor (by clicking the Edit button, with the pencil icon, at the bottom). In the Adobe Photoshop Express Editor, the tool you will want to use is the Touchup tool (with a Band-aide icon). With this tool selected, put the crosshairs in the center of the object you want to remove. Then click and drag outward to set the size of the area that you want to correct (a green circle will be displayed). Once you are satisfied with the size, let go of the mouse button. A red circle will appear, this is the area that will be copied from to fill in the green circle. The Editor will guess the best position to copy from, but if you would rather copy from another location, just drag the red circle to a different area. The green and red circles will disappear after creating them, but don't worry, they are still around for further tweeking. Just put your cursor over the area corrected to see the circles.
I hope this helps!
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