Hello, I think I know the answer to this question, but I wanted to double check. I am new to Photoshop and do not know all the functions. I have a png transparent background file of a tree with a lot of branches. I want to erase some of the branches so they are just permanently gone. I would like to use this image on different backgrounds so I am looking to just erase the branches all together. Is this possible? If not in Photoshop, perhaps another adobe program? Thank you!
If you want to permanently delete the branches then you can just erase them using the eraser tool. I would always suggest keeping the original file just in case something goes wrong and you want to start again. So just open the .png, save a new version and start erasing the branches you want.