Remove People Without Cloning

Posted on by Steve

Ever try to photograph a scene when there’s a bunch of people hanging around? You can be stuck forever – unless you know THIS cool trick. I’ll show you how to make multiple images of a scene – people included – and then erase them all in Photoshop without ever touching the Clone tool.

If the video doesn’t show up below, head to:

Psst – For a better view, make sure you go full screen ;)

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20 Responses to Remove People Without Cloning

  1. Ed says:

    All I get is a white rectangle where the video probably belongs …
    “without ever touching the Clone tool” is above it, and “Psst – For a better view” is below it.

  2. Clency says:

    I really want to know the trick.thank you very much

  3. Cash says:

    I can’t get the video to load…I’d love to see it….CH

  4. Patricia Whitlow says:

    Sorry to say I could not get the video to play. Was real interested in this tip.

  5. Debra says:

    There was no video to play. Very sad about this one.

  6. Barb says:

    I was also very interested in this tip.
    All I got was a blank white square.

  7. David Chambers says:

    I encountered the same thing as Patricia – no video.
    Too bad, really, as I was also very interested in this tip.

  8. Tom says:

    I also could not get the video to play.

  9. kathy says:

    same for me.

  10. Debra Ryan says:

    Could not get the video to play either.

  11. CFS says:

    There is no video attached to this link. Please look at it and fix it because it is a method that would be of interest.

  12. Jim says:

    Sounded like a tip that I could use but alas I also could not get the video to run!!

  13. Paul Slaughter says:

    Same problem. No video available

  14. Kay says:

    I cannot get it either.

  15. Joyce Hansen says:

    Nope. The link doesn’t work. Maybe you can run this tip again in the next day or two with a link that works. I’d like to know too, just link Patricia Whitlow.

  16. Pam Nicholson says:

    Great tip. However, I don’t have Photoshop but do have a couple of other very similar programs so I am hoping that this will work with one or both of those. Thanks for all the great advice. I have learned so much from you.

  17. Ted Sherriff says:

    Highlight the link,Rightclick and choose Copy. Get up your servers front page onscreen and paste into address bar at top of front page.Worked ok with Internet Explorer and Virgin Media but Yahoo was nogood.

  18. Mark Nicholson says:

    Good tip. Thanks.

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