I am trying to take a pole out of the backround of my picture and hap it look like therewas never a pole there but it still has to match the other backround. I have photoshop 5.0 elements (photo) and photoshop premire 5.0 (video).... How do I do this???
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
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- 1 decade ago
I find that the rubber stamp tool is the easiest to use for erasing things. While holding down the Alt button, click on a section you want to replace the pole with. Then move the curser to the pole and move across it while clicking on the mouse button.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Use the 'stamp' tool.