I have read the manual; I have watched I don't know how many videos, and still I cannot REMOVE OBJECT. I have tried every darn button available and still I just can't do it.
Example: You have a beautiful picture of a street but there is a darn stop sign right in the middle of the picture. I am sure that for some people removing the stop sign is a walk in the park but not for me.
Would someone, please, give this old geezer a few hints. I realise you are not here to do my homework but I think this is exactly what I need for this objective: spoon-feeding. I can do just about anything else but not REMOVE OBJECT.
Thank you, one and all, in advance.
I'd clone it out. Zoom in real close and start cloning bit by bit. Could also use the blend tool to rub the bits a little to make them mesh well.
Myron what I find useful is once you have a transparent background, creating a path around the offending items to create a mask allows a very accurate removal of the offending items. Then I use a mask and copy items to place behind the copy in front of the transparent background, I pick stuff that reflects well on the area I want to match. I put them behind and clones the meeting edges. On an image like this I may copy and past 6 to 10 items