1. Open Photoshop and open the image you want to work with. 2. Select the area you want to remove or fill in using any of the selection tools such as Lasso Tool, Magic Wand Tool or Marquee Tool. 3. Right-click on the selected area and choose “Fill” from the context menu. 4. In the Fill dialog box, select “Content-Aware” from the “Contents” drop-down menu. 5. Click “OK” to apply the Content-Aware fill.
1. Open Photoshop and create a new document or open an existing one. 2. Select the “Line Tool” from the toolbar on the left-hand side of the screen. If you can’t see it, it might be hidden under the “Shape Tool” group, so click and hold on the Shape Tool icon to reveal the other tools and select the Line Tool. 3. Click and hold down the left mouse button where you want your line to begin. 4. Drag the cursor to the end point of the line while holding down the “Shift” key. This will constrain the line to a straight angle. 5. Release the mouse button to complete the line.
1. Open Photoshop and open the document with the layer you want to duplicate. 2. Select the layer you want to duplicate in the Layers panel on the right-hand side of the screen. 3. Right-click on the layer and select “Duplicate Layer” from the context menu. Alternatively, you can also go to the “Layer” menu at the top of the screen, select “Duplicate Layer” and click on it. 4. In the Duplicate Layer dialog box, give the new layer a name if you want to change it, and choose the destination for the new layer from the “Document” drop-down menu. 5. Click “OK” to create the duplicate layer.
1. Look for the small button with two arrows pointing towards each other at the bottom-right corner of the Photoshop window. Alternatively, you can also press the “F” key on your keyboard to toggle full screen mode on and off. 2. Click on the button or press the “F” key again to exit full screen mode.
1. Open Photoshop and open the image you want to add text to. 2. Select the “Type Tool” from the toolbar on the left-hand side of the screen. 3. Click on the location where you want to add the text. 4. Type the text you want to add. 5. Select the layer with the object you want to wrap the text around. 6. Go to the “Layer” menu at the top of the screen and select “Create Clipping Mask”. 7. The text will now wrap around the object.