How To Use Magic Fill To Remove Unwanted Objects

How To Use Magic Fill To Remove Unwanted Objects

By Discovery Center Team

The easiest way to remove unwanted objects from your photos is with PaintShop Pro X7 and the Magic Fill feature. Simply drag a selection around the object you want to get rid of, and click the Magic Fill button. In an instant, the content aware fill samples the area around the selection and presumes continuity over top of it seamlessly. Refine larger fills by going over problem spots in the same way. Getting rid of something in your photo has never been this easy!

In this tutorial you will learn:

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Comments (2)

  • Mike Reply

    I’m just starting out in stop motion animation, would this be a good editing software for rig removal? Thanks.

    May 25, 2017 at 2:24 pm
  • usman hasan Reply

    This is a very good and more effective idea about image editing. this is a more effective post. thanks a lot for your best idea

    January 31, 2017 at 12:16 am

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