How To Remove Unwanted Objects From Your Photos

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This is what your photo should end up looking like. No one will ever notice that the unwanted object (i.e. Soigné) magically disappeared!

Ever take a great picture… only to find your sister’s annoying but appear in the corner and distract from your lovely and charming face? It really ruins the effect. Luckily, Sinai has created a simple guide to removing these pests from your otherwise perfect photographs. Read on, and you will discover!

0.) Purchase or download a photo editting program. Recommended programs are: SinaiEdit Xpress™ and SinaiEdit Pro™ (available 5/20/2013). They are very user friendly and make this easy process even less challenging.

1.) Select the paint palette on your digital editing program. You will want to choose a very bright neon color, such as: red, flourescent orange, highlighter yellow, hot pink, lime green, electric blue, or neon purple. The brighter, the better!

2.) Using the brush tool, carefully cover up the undesired item with the color of choice. It should look like the picture above.

3.) And you’re done! Magically, you have removed the unwanted distraction from your photo. Feel free to add filters and other fun stuff to your now perfect image. It will look much better when you finish than if you had kept the ugly item you removed.

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One thought on “How To Remove Unwanted Objects From Your Photos

  1. […] lines, the light was funny. Don’t blame Sinai. She didn’t alter this picture at all. [link] (Please ignore the name of the article which this link links […]

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