How to Remove Annoying Cords Using PhotoShop

By Devon Higgins

Are you sick and tired of trying to hide unwanted cords before you shoot? Or, are you finding yourself spending hours in front of the computer trying to remove cords in post production? Fortunately, you can easily remove annoying cords using these simple steps in Adobe Photoshop:

1. Open the image you want to edit in Photoshop.

2. Select the Clone Stamp tool.

3. Zoom in on the place where the cord is visible.

4. Hold down the Alt button. Point your cursor to an area you want to sample. Usually, it would be a part of the wall or furnishing where the cord is laying on. Click after selecting your sample area. The cursor should turn into a circle.

5. Brush over the cord until it disappears. Use the cross hairs beside the cursor to see what area is being cloned.

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Devon

Devon came to PhotoUp with a background in digital marketing and communications. With a BA in Marketing from Michigan State University and previous experience working with both big business and non-profits, Devon brings a well-rounded perspective to the team. Outside of PhotoUp, you can find Devon coaching and playing soccer, socializing in downtown Grand Rapids, or going on adventures throughout the great state of Michigan.

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