Using Photoshop to edit

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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi,

i wish to edit a scenery photo: infront of the scenery there is a big word infront of it , can someone tell me how to move the words using photoshop ?


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Would help to see the image. Maybe look at using the clone tools or healing brush.
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the pic is in another computer
clone tools & healing brush is in the photoshop ?
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Yes, those tools are part of Photoshop.

Unless the image is layered and the text is on a separate layer, you will likely have to manually brush over the text, sourcing the surrounding image.
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thansk for reply , how can i see whether the pictures is with layered with the text ?

sorry for the amature question
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Look in the layers palette. If there's more than one layer shown, try hiding one by clicking on the eye.

If you've obtained the graphic straight from a web page it probably won't be layered.
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madking: May I ask why you don't have a copy of the image without the text? You're not using somebody else's image without their permission are you? :)
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yes , kind of ..

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