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There is no easy way. Takes a lot of work with clone tool, patch or healing brush, and perhaps content-aware fill. Have to go letter by letter.
My first try would be to cut a piece of unlettered area above the letters and paste it over the letters. With Ctrl T you can size and angle patch to fit, then use eraser and soft brush to blend edges.
hmmm. good idea! thanks
Just a thought, but that looks like a screen grab. You could possibly right click the image on the website, and either 'copy' or 'Save picture as'.
Screengrab is what I posted to this forum. The one I'm working on is 'saved as' from a website. Either way, it's low res
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My algorithm for such problems are:
1. select roughly by some selection tool.
2. use ColorRange to letters with big fuzziness about 150 (depends of background and text color).
3. expand selection by 2-5 pixels to make selection little bit bigger than letters.
4. use Content-Aware Fill.
5. use stamp for perfectionism.
Or sometimes i just stamp it or use Curt Y 'copy-paste' method (if background don't contain kinda gradients, in that case stamping is doable but hard).