Here, I will show you my ways to remove text from images without Photoshop. Using a Watermark Remover Here, I will take HitPaw Watermark Remover as an example. Step 1. Launch HitPaw Watermark Remover after installation. Step 2. Upload the images with texts to this software. Step 3. Use the selection tool you need to select the texts one by one. Step 5. Choose the remove mode based on your needs. Smoothing Filling is suitable for you if your texts are on a simple and single-color background. Edge Filling and Texture Filling fits when your texts are on complicated color background. Step 6. Click âRemove Nowâ to remove the text from your pictures directly. 2. Using An Object Remover Here, I recommend you use inpaint. Step 1. Open this software Step 2. Upload your picture to this tool Step 3. Use your brush to select these texts Step 4. Click on the âEraseâ to remove texts Step 5. Save the image. 3. Using a photo editor This method is only for you when your texts are at the edge of your pictures as you need to crop the picture to remove texts. Here, I recommend you to use HitPaw Toolkit Photo Editor as it is free tool. Step 1. Download HitPaw Toolkit. Double click on the software icon to run it Step 2. Choose Photo editor. Step 3. Upload the image to the software. Step 4. Use the crop feature Step 5. Adjust the rectangle size and make sure the texts are outside of your selection. Step 6. Click on the âExportâ to export the images. Are these solutions work for you? If so, please upvote it.
Yes, please refer to the previous question. What do you think is the best way to approach this question? I think that if I see a PDF image for a project and ask the project manager for approval, I'll have a hard time getting him to say “Yes”. I agree. There are several problems. First thing is I don't know if the project will succeed given the current technology, budget and availability of staff to work with a graphic designer, or if the project manager will allow it. I agree with this. Also, when I am showing an image to the owner, she will be more likely to say yes if I show it to a specialist (i.e. someone with a background in computer graphic design, business intelligence, etc.) Again, I believe this is the best way to go about this situation. It's not a problem in the short run..