How to Remove Brushed Area

Remove Brushed Area
photo editing
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Editing images often involves a series of complex steps to achieve the desired outcome. Whether you're a professional photographer or a hobbyist, the ability to selectively remove elements from a photo is invaluable. This is where Sider's Remove Brushed Area feature comes into play, offering a level of refinement that can transform a good photo into a great one.

What is Remove Brushed Area feature?

The Remove Brushed Area feature in Sider is a specialized tool designed to allow users to eliminate unwanted areas that have been previously painted or brushed in the editing process. This can be particularly useful for correcting mistakes or making adjustments to selective edits. It provides an undo-like functionality within the localized editing workflow, giving users the ability to fine-tune their images with precision.

How to Remove Brushed Area using Sider?

Using the Remove Brushed Area feature in Sider is a straightforward process, but it requires attention to detail. Here is a step-by-step guide to using this feature effectively:

Step 1. Download and install the Sider extension for your web browser.

Step 2. Log in to it or create an account.

Step 3. Click the Sider icon on the extension bar to open the sidebar. Hit the “Painter” icon on the right side of the sidebar.

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Step 4. Click “Editing Tools” and choose “Remove Brushed Area”.

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Step 5. Upload the image, select the brush tool, adjust the brush size. Carefully brush over the areas you wish to revert. The Remove Brushed Area feature will only affect the painted areas, leaving the rest of your image untouched.

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Step 6. Once you are content with the adjustments, click “Confirm” to apply the changes and save your image.

Tips for using Sider’s Remove Brushed Area feature

To maximize the effectiveness of the Remove Brushed Area feature, consider the following tips:

  • Adjust Brush Settings: Experiment with different brush settings to find the right balance for each specific task.
  • Take Your Time: Rushing can lead to mistakes. Work slowly and methodically for the best results.
  • Practice: As with any tool, practice makes perfect. Spend time getting to know how the Remove Brushed Area feature behaves with various edits.