Add or Remove Items from Your Photos

Here's How to Add or Remove Stuff

Rescue and Enhance Disappointing Photos  You do everything you can to make the conditions for taking your pictures as perfect as possible. Unfortunately, some of your photos have an unwanted element while others would benefit from an addition.

Photo-editing software such as Adobe Photoshop allows photo editors to correct or enhance images. Experienced editors can add or remove items in photos, rescuing images that might otherwise be destined for the trash bin.

On this page, Warren invites you compare similar photos to determine whether an item has been added or removed.


First Test: Can You Tell Which Photo Has Been Edited?

Look at the two similar but different photos.

Warren has added or removed an item from the original image.
Can you detect the edited photo? (Find the answer below.)


Is this the edited photo?


Or is this the edited photo?

Answer: Click here Warren carefully removed the monkey and its shadow from the original photo.

Photo credit: Jianbin Huo of China.
to see the edited photo.




Second Test: Can You Tell Which Photo Has Been Edited?

Look at the two similar but different photos.

Warren has added or removed an item from the original image.
Can you detect the edited photo? (Find the answer below.)


Is this the edited photo?


Or is this the edited photo?

Answer: Click here After carefully selecting the tree and shadow elements, Warren deleted them from this expansive Sahara Desert image. to see the edited photo.




Third Test: Can You Tell Which Photo Has Been Edited?

Look at the two similar but different photos.


Warren has added or removed an item from the original image.
Can you detect the edited photo? (Find the answer below.)


Is this the edited photo?


Or is this the edited photo?

Answer: Click here From another photo, Warren carefully removed the woman photographer element, applied it to the vacant temple image, then removed her right heel. to see the edited photo.




Fourth Test: Can You Tell Which Photo Has Been Edited?

Look at the two similar but different photos.


Warren has added or removed two items from the original coffee in a cup image.
Can you detect the edited photo? (Find the answer below.)


Is this the edited photo?


Or is this the edited photo?

Answer: Click here Warren sketched a butterfly-shaped cluster of bubbles on top of the coffee. He also added [a href="warren/images/photoEdits/backgroundChange/silverSpoon.jpg" target="_blank"]this teaspoon image[/a], rotated it a bit, gave it a shadow, and carefully tucked it under the saucer. to see the edited photo.




Fifth Test: Can You Tell Which Photo Has Been Edited?

Look at the two similar but different photos.


Warren has added or removed the back of a man's head from the original image of Kenyan pastors being taught leadership skills.
Can you detect the edited photo? (Find the answer below.)


Is this the edited photo?


Or is this the edited photo?

Answer: Click here Warren carefully replaced the audience member's distracting back of the head by painting over arms, chests, name badges, and shadows for two pastors.

To see how distracting the head shot was in the larger original photo, [a href="warren/images/photoEdits/backgroundChange/kenyanPastors_original_lg.jpg" target="_blank"]click here[/a].
to see the edited photo.




Sixth Test: Can You Tell Which Photo Has Been Edited?

Look at the two similar but different photos.


Warren has added or removed an item from the original image of Jasper National Park by Darwin Wiggett.
Can you detect the edited photo? (Find the answer below.)


Is this the edited photo?


Or is this the edited photo?

Answer: Click here From an entirely different photo, the curved wooden bridge was carefully selected, copied, colored to match the hue of the background photo, and pasted on the original vacant lake photo. to see the edited photo.





Seventh Test: Can You Tell Which Photo Has Been Edited?

Look at the two similar but different photos.


Warren has added or removed two items from the original image of a bay scene in Venice by Kelvin Pimont.
Can you detect the edited photo? (Find the answer below.)


Is this the edited photo?


Or is this the edited photo?

Answer: Click here Starting with the original photo, Warren removed the lamp post, a brick utility plate, a buoy in front of the buildings, and the blurred boat (right) using these and other Photoshop tools and effects: the healing brush, clone stamp tool, unsharp mask, vibrance, and a number of layer masks. to see the edited photo.






  In addition to this photo edit comparison page,
see the large collection of WCD's unique photo edit pages in the left column.




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