Removing a person from a photo in Snapseed can be done using the app’s healing tool and clone stamp tool. This technique can be useful for removing unwanted people or objects from a photo and can be used to create a cleaner and more polished image.
First, open the photo you wish to edit in Snapseed. Next, tap on the healing tool, which can be found by tapping on the tool icon in the bottom right corner of the screen, then selecting the healing tool from the list of options. Use the brush to paint over the person that you want to remove from the photo. The healing tool will automatically blend the area with the surrounding pixels, creating a seamless transition between the person and the background.
It’s important to note that the healing tool works best on solid backgrounds, such as a wall or a plain sky, and may not work as well on complex backgrounds with many details. In those cases, you can use the clone stamp tool instead. This tool allows you to copy pixels from one area of the photo and paste them over another area. To use the clone stamp tool, tap on the clone stamp icon, then select the area you want to copy by holding down your finger. Then, paint over the person you want to remove. With this tool, you’ll have to be more precise, and it may take more time, but it can be useful in complex backgrounds.
After you’ve removed the person, you may notice that the area where the person used to be may appear slightly different from the surrounding pixels. To fix this, you can use the selective adjustments tool to fine-tune the area. Tap on the selective adjustments tool, then paint over the area where the person was removed. Use the brightness, contrast, and saturation sliders to adjust the area until it matches the surrounding pixels.
It’s also important to keep in mind that removing a person from a photo may not always look perfect, especially if the person was in motion or the background was complex. In those cases, you may need to use additional tools and techniques to make the area look as seamless as possible.
Finally, once you have finished editing the photo, tap on the checkmark to save your changes and then tap on the export icon to save the photo to your device or share it on social media.
In summary, removing a person from a photo in Snapseed can be done using the healing tool and clone stamp tool. The healing tool is great for removing people or objects on solid backgrounds, while the clone stamp tool can be useful in complex backgrounds. By using the selective adjustments tool, you can fine-tune the area and make it look as seamless as possible. Keep in mind that removing a person from a photo may not always look perfect, but with these tools and techniques, you can make the image look cleaner and more polished.