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Krasaglobal

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Hi guys,

I'm starting to work on a bunch of photos for a photoshoot I did a couple of weeks ago.

I have about 120 photos to process.

The main issue I have is the background I used has wrinkles in it.

I know how to select subject, select and mask, then save as new layer.

From there I use the spot healing brush to get rid of the long straight creases.

I can use a blur filter on the background but it then looks super fake.

Is there an easier/more efficient way of doing this or is this the best way?

Thanks
 

thebestcpu

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Hi Krasaglobal
Lots of ways to do this yet if you can easily select the subject, that also means you could just replace the background and mask the subject on top.
Here is an example with a complete replacement instead of trying to fix you background. Pros and Cons with approaches
Hope this gives you an idea to consider
John Wheeler

ADDED EDIT - Note that with the background on its own Layer, you can change to color and tone anyway you want

replace-with-backdrop.jpg
 

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