Labels and graphics on clothing can be distracting or unwanted in a photograph. Clients will often want logos removed – especially if they are from a competing brand. Sometimes it is better to remove them completely.

Usually, logos are placed over textures and patterns on clothing. These textures need to be replaced when removing a logo using different Photoshop retouching tools. That seems easier said than done, but you can quickly replace a texture or pattern by looking for a similar pattern on another area of clothing.

In this episode from Phlearn, Aaron Nace will show you how to remove logos from clothing easily in Photohsop. Download work files here…

Learn Photo Retouching in No Time Flat with Aaron Nace

Learn a step-by-step workflow to cut your retouching time with Aaron Nace. Plan your changes, prep the images, do basic color correction, remove distractions, capture skin texture, paint in new skin (while preserving texture), work on the details (eyes, lips, and hair), then make global changes—all in no time flat.

Read more about Retouching in no time flat on-demand course here…