Sometimes, a nearly perfect image contains a single detail or an object that distorts the general perspective and ruins the composition. If this happens, Photoshop and the Clone tool is the first solution people think of. However, Photoshop is an expensive application intended for professionals and may not be always available. Which is more, correctly and accurately removing a single object from an image using professional graphic software is not an easy task. As an amateur user, you may want to find a tool that will allow you to get rid of noise and scratches on scanned images, as well as remove whole objects from your photos. And thats when Inpaint will be an ideal choice!
Inpaint is a smart tool that fills the selected area with pixels taken from outside the selection boundary. This allows you to seamlessly remove single objects from a homogenous background, which may be very useful for removing objects and people that got caught on the tape inadvertently. For instance, you can easily remove a person standing a hundred yards behind you on a beach — and the beach will be all yours! The same applies to scratches, noise and all kinds of objects that do not belong to the photo or spoil the composition. Inpaint is affordable, easy to use (select-and-run principle) and requires absolutely no knowledge of photo editing. Just select the object you want to remove, define the area to be used for generating the texture and click the Inpaint — Run command! Thats it!
Easy as 1-2-3, Inpaint will always help you refine your photos and make them look exactly the way you want!
AKVIS Noise Buster 8.5 Software for noise suppression on digital and scanned images. Digital noise can be seen as grains or/and random red and blue pixels that compromise the smoothness of a photo. AKVIS
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