How to Erase Unwanted Objects from Photos

If you’ve taken photos, you’ve more than likely experienced the following unfortunate situation: unwanted objects in those photos.Perhaps you took a family photo in front of a scenic beach location on your last vacation, only to get home and discover a stranger sticking their tongue out in the background.Or maybe, you took a portrait of your friend in front of a monument, only to find a bunch of trash in the corner upon your edits.macphun_snapheal

If you’re taking photos, this issue will more than likely come up time and time again.Luckily, there is a solution that will help you to erase those unwanted objects.Snapheal-erase-object-picture

The Solution

Using the clone stamp tool, Snapheal allows you to fix your images and make your picture perfect — even when the moment is not.

Snapheal’s Software

Powered by proprietary Macphun Technologies, Snapheal is the most advanced image healing software — offering a quick and simple way to remove objects, heal skin imperfections and make your images perfect.

Apple even named Snapheal one of 2012’s Best Mac App Store apps.

In addition to erasing objects, you can also use Snapheal to heal skin imperfections and restore old photos with just a click. The app has multiple erasing modes and adjustable precision so that you can get excellent results regardless of the photo’s style or of the size of the object you’re looking to remove.

You can also crop, rotate and transform your images in addition to adjusting exposure, tone, saturation, clarity, color temperature, sharpness and more — ensuring that incredible end result.

Snapheal & Your Workflow

Snapheal offers easy-to-use tools, modes and navigation plus a live preview of your edits. You can use Snapheal Pro as both a standalone software and as plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Photoshop Elements and Apple Aperture. You don’t need to spend time with manuals or learning the complex ins and outs of the software — it will come to your naturally (most likely, in all but 10 minutes).

So — this magical application called Snapheal stands ready to help you remove unwanted objects from your photos and get that perfect image you dream of.

Here are the 5 simple steps to success.

Step 1

Shoot everything and everyone you see wherever you go! Rest assured, knowing you can simply remove what’s unwanted later.Snapheal Erase Unwanted Objects

Step 2

Launch Snapheal and open your photo. Highlight the unwanted elements, being careful not to highlight any important elements you wish to keep.Snapheal Erase Unwanted Objects

Step 3

All you have to do now — is click the Erase button!Snapheal Erase Unwanted Objects

Step 4

If you don’t like what you see, try using a different mode: Local or Dynamic. You’ll get different results!Snapheal Erase Unwanted Objects

Step 5

Watch these videos to get the most from Snapheal.

 

Regardless how your unwanted objects get there in the first place — the good news is that you can easily and rapidly remove them with Snapheal. Whether you are a professional or amateur photographer, rest assured knowing that none of your photos, have to become an “oops” photo.

Snapheal’s here to fit them and give you that exceptional end-result.

Snapheal from Macphun

Snapheal from Macphun
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6 thoughts on “How to Erase Unwanted Objects from Photos

  1. Amazing blog and very interesting stuff you got here! I definitely learned a lot from reading through some of your earlier posts as well and decided to drop a comment on this one!

  2. Awesome work.Just wanted to drop a comment and say I am new to your blog and really like what I am reading.Thanks for the share

  3. Great Plugin for Photoshop.

  4. Great post!
    Thanks

  5. It’s easy to get mockups and stock imagery confused, so it’s important to note that using a mockup and using stock imagery in your design itself are two very different things. Mockups are not the final product that you’re selling to a client – they’re only a visual tool used to display your work, and most of their licenses do not allow you to transfer the mock-up file itself to a client.

  6. Hi Saurabh, Really love your blogs! In your blog, all posts are real…….all explanations are good understandable. Clear way finding to solve my problems 😅😅😅
    By the way, Snapheal is an amazing tool i think 😍😍

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