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AppArt School – How to Remove Unwanted Objects in your iPhone Photos with TouchRetouch

AppArt School – How to Remove Unwanted Objects in your iPhone Photos with TouchRetouch App

TouchRetouch is a powerful photo editing app that allows you to remove unwanted objects and blemishes from your photos. Here’s how to use it:

  1. Open the TouchRetouch app and select the photo you want to edit.
  2. Use the “Object Removal” tool to remove unwanted objects from the photo. Tap the tool, then use your finger to draw around the object you want to remove. Once you’ve finished outlining the object, the app will automatically remove it from the photo.
  3. If the app doesn’t remove the object perfectly, use the “Lasso” tool to select the area that needs to be removed. Use your finger to draw around the object, then tap “Start” to remove it.
  4. Use the “Clone Stamp” tool to remove blemishes or duplicate objects. Tap the tool, then select the area of the photo you want to duplicate. Use your finger to draw around the area you want to duplicate, then release your finger. The app will create a duplicate of the selected area that you can use to cover up blemishes or other unwanted objects.
  5. Use the “Line Removal” tool to remove telephone wires or other linear objects from the photo. Tap the tool, then use your finger to draw a line along the object you want to remove. The app will automatically remove the object and fill in the space with surrounding pixels.
  6. Once you’ve finished editing your photo, save it to your camera roll or share it on social media.
  7. Note that TouchRetouch is a powerful editing tool, but it may take some practice to get the hang of using it. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different tools and settings to achieve the results you want.objects

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