Here’s a quick idea for removing a distracting background or just simplifying it a bit so it looks more uniform. And the key to this is that we’re able to simplify it without cropping some necessary area out of the photo.
Simplify Your Backgrounds in Photoshop
Oct 8, 2021 | Photoshop, Tutorials | 13 comments
Mange tak. Godt med nye ideer og at se, hvordan de udføres
It’s a true pleasure being “distracted “ by your erudite videos. ..keep spreading the Photoshop gospel by Matt.
Amazing thank you
Very helpful short video.
Thanks Matt. This is so helpful. I love learning through your videos.
Thanks Matt! New concepts to try! This could definitely come in handy.
Very clear, understandable and very pleasant tutorial to look at. Thansk a lot!
I think you mis-spoke around 0:24. The correct wording should have been “There are so many powerful distraction tools in PS.” 🙂
Practical, straightforward and clear – love it. Thanks!
Thank you Matt! Great editing tip.
Excellent tip! Thank you!
I’m always learning from your videos. Thank you for sharing.
Oh, my! Thank you, thank you! After decades of PSE, I’ve finally made the jump to Photoshop & Lightroom. Honestly, it may take me a year to get comfortable with this change, but your videos encourage me that I can do it, and make it so worth the effort. I’ve invested in some of your classes, and watched them over and over. Have found myself unsubscribing to all other “teachers” for now, as one way limits any confusion. I have a very small local business with local wildlife shots, and your editing tips are making my work better than I ever thought possible. Thanks for using your gifts as a teacher, photographer, and editor, and all you share for free.