Learn how to move objects or people in Photoshop using the Content-Aware Move Tool, healing the left over area with the Healing Brush!
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The Content-Aware Move Tool, found in the Tools Bar, works by creating a selection around your subject, then dragging it to its new location. Photoshop will analyze the surrounding area and do its best to blend it in as best as possible.
As with any of the Content-Aware features, it won’t be 100% perfect the first try. To finish off, grab a healing tool, suck as the Healing Brush, and heal the left over areas.
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