Removing Unwanted Distractions with Adobe Camera Raw

mark-morrow-photofocus-article-014Originally posted on Photofocus.com

When I have an image unavoidably plagued with not-so-flattering distractions – such as the utility lines used in this example – sometimes there is no option but to remove them entirely. Here’s a quick video to help remove any unwanted objects and significantly clean up a composition by way of Adobe Camera Raw and the Spot Removal tool. Watch video

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Photofocus Interview

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For those interested in learning a little more about my background in photography, I sat down recently with fellow Photofocus writer and mentor Robert Vanelli in September at the Photoshop World 2014 conference in Las Vegas for a nice conversation and interview.

Please feel free to stop by and give a listen here at your leisure and, as always, thanks much for stopping by. Catch you next time :).

Note: Vanelli is a photographer, educator and author living in Florida. As the lead photographer for Exposure Photographic Art Studio, he has had the opportunity of capturing images of special VIP’s, including the President of the United States, former president of Toyota / Nobel Peace Prize recipient Dr. Shoichiro Toyoda and various martial arts legends. Currently he is teaching workshops, photographing for Inside Lacrosse Magazine, writing for Photofocus and creating tutorials for various plug-in companies and for the Vanelli and Friends series.

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