How to replace objects /make them disappear in Paint Shop Pro

In this video tutorial you will learn how to quickly remove/replace objects and/or make people disappear in photos using Paint Shop Pro.

Alternatively, you can use the object replacer tool to accomplish this, however, I get mixed results with the object replacer. This holds especially true when replacing or removing larger objects in a photo. They almost always end up distorted. The method I am going to teach you in the video is much more effective, and in my opinion produces a more realistic effect. I’ll warn you up front, that some photos will have objects that are nearly impossible to replace with perfect results, mainly due with having too many differences in colors and multiple objects in the background. Pictures with static backgrounds such as water, grass, and sky will work great.

I didn’t bother to do a web based tutorial because the video tutorial will only take you a couple of minutes to complete. It was easier for me just to add the step by step text overlays to the video. Anyway, for this video tutorial I used a beautiful photo from this years vacation in Myrtle Beach of my two nieces. I hope you enjoy.

Thanks, torQQue

Step by step video tutorial

Before Photo

After Photo

Jarrod Compton

Hi, welcome to Paintshopblog. Graphics editing in Paint Shop Pro is an addicting, but productive hobby of mine. I created this blog to archive, share, and help others using the knowledge I have gained. I am by no means an expert, nor a professional graphics artist. I consider myself nothing more than a dedicated Paint Shop Pro hobbyist. Hopefully the content and resources that I share here will be beneficial to some people. Contact me below if you have any questions or need additional support with a tutorial. Thanks for stopping by!

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