How to Remove Logos and Branding in Photoshop
Logos and branding can be a distracting element in photos. Also, clients may want logos removed in their images before publishing.
Stock Image websites won’t accept images with logos in them, forcing you to remove logos in photos.
Learn how to remove logos and branding in this episode!
How to Remove Logos (Simple)
If the logo you want to remove is surrounded by a simple background, the best tool for the job is the Spot Healing Brush Tool.
In this example we remove the branding on the truck by created a new layer, selecting the Spot Healing Brush Tool, checking the “Sample all Layers” box on the top of the screen and painting over the logo.
If you find that the edges need a bit of cleanup, this is where the Clone Stamp Tool comes in. Create a new layer, select the Clone Stamp Tool and check “Sample All Layers” or “Sample Current and Below”. Next, open the “Clone Source” window by going to “Window-Clone Source” and be sure to check “Show Overlay” to see a preview of the Clone Stamp Area.
Hold ALT/OPTN + CLICK on the area you want to sample. Then paint over the area you would like to cover. Be sure to line up edges via the preview before painting.