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One, but big issue with Snapseed is the fact, that it's not WYSIWYG app. It's especially visible when it comes to healing tool and when you make big/many alterations. When you export image it is recalculating all steps - healing tool often takes slightly different source part and makes the resulting image disappointing.
Long story short - what you'll see during editing image will not be saved exactly like on the screen.
There are better apps for this, for example TouchRetouch - it's not free but results are much more satisfying and predictable. It detects lines so removing things like fences or scratches on old photos is much easier.
There's an app called TouchRetouch that allows you to highlight over a picture where you want an object removed. It'll try it's best to remove while merging that spot with the rest of the photo. It's 1.99 but I've done some fun stuff with it. I use an Android but it might be on the apple store.
After a quick search, I also found a free app that supposedly has the same functions, but I haven't tried that one yet. Here's the link.
Yep! Touch Retouch in the Google Play Store
Pretty great for object removal and cloning. Some silly results, sometimes, but really good for power lines and other offending objects.
There's an app called Touch Retouch which you might find useful.
It used to just be called Retouch and was free, I don't see a free version of the new one though.
For simple editing like this you can use touchretouch . It's easy to use. Available on android (and probably on iOS as well).
Edit: Took about 5 seconds
You can turn it back on any time you want it to be like that in HS, guess I will have to try out this “drunk mode” next time I do the same in the morning (8am)? THANK YOU! Worked like a charm ]([link])
It’s not there yet, even not with experimental options a.k.a. Galaxy Labs.
Until then this does the trick.
works like a charm
I have two editing software that are extremely easy to use so much so that you need no prior experience.
Both of them are available on Android one is paid and another is one is completely free.
TouchRetouch Absolutely amazing app, it can literally clear any sort of unwanted object in a picture with just shading over it, comes with a small price tag though.
Remove.bg Remove background of any picture with ai with few simple clicks and editing it too if you are not satisfied.
You don't even have to download it works well on web version too, and it's completely free.
Hope this helps, cheers 🥂
TouchRetouch and SKRWT (pronounced 'screw it') are great apps if you're into photography/photo editing.
I cleaned it up a little bit for ya using an app called TouchRetouch
It's not perfect, but it's better
I suggest you keep an eye on the Touch Retouch as it provides different methods of removing unwanted objects from the photo without making it look unrealistic.
You can use touch retouch ([link]) or other similiar app. I only make this with that app but it looks bad
There's an app (paid) on Android called 'TouchRetouch' which you can you use to remove unwanted content from photos.
Here is the link:- [link]
P.S:- I'm not promoting this App. I'm an amateur photographer and I find it very useful. Ty :)
I've used TouchRetouch - there are many apps (even clones of this one) but I find this one best of them.
As for the wires - sometimes there are so many that you simply can't avoid them ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
As for technical how it's made - no Photoshop here! There's an app called TouchRetouch where you can literally select lines and it will remove them. I had to try few different settings as the lines were irregular and the app was overreacting deforming the tiger in effect but in the end it turned out plausible.
That's an incredibly shitty thing to do.
I saw someone trying to decoy Retouch as well here.
The play store is a fucking joke when it comes to regulating this stuff.
I don't want to assume anything but there's an app with the exact same purpose and with a very similar name on the Play Store
There is an app called TouchRetouch that does exactly this
TouchRetouch made a huge impression on me. Here's what can be done just in this app: before and after. And that's on standard settings, made as fast as possible (still takes some time)... Results can be even better when you have time to fine tune the correction. And what can't be done here, you can correct in other software but TouchRetouch makes it so much easier that I simply love it :) There are other apps of this kind but this one seems to be most polished with best line detection (yep - you can roughly mark the line of correction and the app will fit it to the actual line of break, cut etc.)...
The app mentioned is an Editors Choice, which is exactly what you are asking for :)
No retouch is best for removing objects .
Very powerful, object removal and image healing tool.
At least we have TouchRetouch
TouchRetouch (paid) is the best app I've used for removing objects
For Android i can recommend Touch Retouch.
Touch ReTouch app works great for removing unwanted content from your photos. Very easy to use!
Retouch. Here is the link:
Try this, mark object (or made with mematic) with "quick repair" tool, it'll remove it like photoshop:
You can one click remove straight lines using this app TouchRetouch
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If you're on Android, this is pretty good for small marks [link]
But for now, here's your pic :) [link]
Sure, I use this one. I got it some time ago when it was free for a limited time, not sure how much it is now.
Can you quickly list what your app does differently / better than Touch Retouch?
> As an android developer, I can tell you right now, that every single app is tracking you.
You said every single app. So I'm giving you an example.... Retouch.
Prove it that this app is tracking me.
> Just because it's chinese for whatever reason it matters more.
Nope it doesn't. I just pointed it out that MX player is tracking you from this and this domain. If you don't want to be tracked then you need to block this domain.