Enhancing our best shots by removing all unwanted objects, defects, blemishes, scratches, or date and time stamps from them is what Photo Stamp Remover has been designed to do. Using intelligent algorithms, a fully automated process, and support for batch processing, this retouching tool can be of use not only to remove people from holiday photos, but also to restore old pictures, improve your portraits, or get rid of watermarks and stamps.
The removal process has been designed to be as simple and easy to use as possible. The first thing is to mark the area or the object you want the program to remove. The more accurate you are in your selection, the fewer pixels will need to be altered and the better the results will be. To achieve this, Photo Stamp Remover offers you various ways of marking the element you want to get rid of. The rectangular selection produces the best results when used over flat, one-color backgrounds and when the object selected can be framed in full within a square or a rectangle. For irregular backgrounds, it is best to use the pen – you can customize its size so that it fits the size of the object to be selected, thus avoiding to mark more pixels than necessary. The free-shape selector and the wand are great for irregular objects, while color selection is best suited for flat surfaces.
Other tools that you can use to remove unwanted elements or objects are the Clone Stamp and the Concealer Brush. The former will replicate the pixels selected in the area around your mouse pointer – to repeat the cloning process, you just have to drag your mouse along the selected area. The latter is a bit more subtle – it will paint the pixels on the area around your mouse pointer using the color and the level of transparency of your choice.
When used carefully, Photo Stamp Remover can be a very powerful tool. Use the selection methods wisely and accurately, and in most cases the results will be very close to perfection. You can always go back to the original photo and preview the changes before making them definitive. In some cases, you may even need to perform some corrections and make a second pass to remove that last blemish, but the results are usually worth the effort.