How to remove datestamp from pictures

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by Steven, Jul 17, 2004.

  1. Steven

    Steven Guest

    I have a set of pictures, all of them with the date at the bottom-right
    corner.
    I want to get rid of the dates.
    Of course I will take a lot of work to restore the background in some of
    them, and before going ahead I would like to know if any expert could give
    me some advice, tips, do's and don'ts, recommended filters, etc.

    Thanks a lot everybody!!

    Steven
     
    Steven, Jul 17, 2004
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  2. Steven

    DapperDan Guest

    I have a set of pictures, all of them with the date at the bottom-right
    Use the clone tool and/or healing brush. It depends a lot on the surrounding
    area beneath the date stamp.
     
    DapperDan, Jul 17, 2004
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  3. Steven

    Voivod Guest


    Hire someone to do it for you, or hire someone to teach you.
     
    Voivod, Jul 17, 2004
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  4. Steven

    Voivod Guest


    Little news for you... there is nothing "beneath" the date stamp.
     
    Voivod, Jul 17, 2004
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  5. Steven

    Voivod Guest

    Your choices are not everyone's.



    Your opinions are irrelevant.
     
    Voivod, Jul 18, 2004
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  6. Steven

    kleee Guest

    or ask in the ps newsgroup and ignore the answers from anyone called voivod
    :eek:)

    he's totally irrelevant to this newsgroup
     
    kleee, Jul 18, 2004
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    iehsmith Guest


    Agreed. And I sometimes find it easier to first select the date area,
    eyedropper the color of the date and use replace color to manipulate the
    color of it close to the main color of the surrounding area... like when
    it's over grass and stuff (ugh!). Then proceed with the clone stamp.

    I've only got PS 6, so I haven't had the joy yet of using the healing
    brush:(

    inez
     
    iehsmith, Jul 18, 2004
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  8. Steven

    DapperDan Guest

    That is news to me. Sorry, I didn't have the benefit of seeing the pics
    first.
    I'll just have to invest in a crystal ball. Where did you get yours from ?
     
    DapperDan, Jul 18, 2004
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    kleee Guest

    ditto
     
    kleee, Jul 18, 2004
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  10. Barnes&Noble was selling crystal ball kits for about $14 around Christmas.

    The Doormouse
     
    The Doormouse, Jul 18, 2004
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  11. Steven

    DapperDan Guest

    I'll just have to invest in a crystal ball. Where did you get yours
    $14 to see the future. Sounds like a bargain ;)
    ..... or perhaps not.
     
    DapperDan, Jul 18, 2004
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  12. Steven

    Bobby Dogg Guest

    Leaving the children alone to sqabble.....

    another way is to lasso an area similar to the area which would have been
    under the date stamp, apply a feather of about 5 pxl, then Cntl+J which
    copies this selection to a new layer. Go to Move tool and place it over the
    date stamp. then go to the new layer and apply a layer mask while holdiomng
    alt. this reveals the date stamp again. But now then brush way over it
    with your brush set to white and it will disappear.

    Quite easy really

    Bobby D
     
    Bobby Dogg, Jul 18, 2004
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  13. Steven

    hecate Guest


    Too bad you can't quite do it, can you.

    hahahaha.
     
    hecate, Jul 19, 2004
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    kleee Guest

    you really are the saddest little troll in sadtroll city aren't you...

    hahahahaha - (that's you're real sig)

    I have added you to my killfile - as I will with all future incarnations...

    My deepest sympathy for your sad little life - I hope you make some friends,
    maybe get a girlfriend, real soon...

    Kleee
     
    kleee, Jul 19, 2004
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  15. Steven

    Hunt Guest

    Dan,

    I think that what he means is that there is nothing "under" the date stamp, as
    it IS the image. Now, the background that surrounds the date stamp is what
    would be under it, if it were not for the date stamp, or if the date stamp was
    on a Layer in PS. Semantics yes, but correct.

    Hunt
     
    Hunt, Jul 19, 2004
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  16. Steven

    kleee Guest



    Make sure you add this one also.

    hahahaha.
     
    kleee, Jul 19, 2004
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  17. Steven

    kleee Guest


    Goofballs think that if they erase part of the image there will be something
    "under" the erased part.

    hahahahaha.
     
    kleee, Jul 19, 2004
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    DapperDan Guest

    Dan,
    I see what he means, but it must be obvious, even to the grizzled old tosser
    Voivod, that the OP was
    referring to what would be under the stamp had it not been there.
    Semantics, yes. Also ..bollocks.
     
    DapperDan, Jul 19, 2004
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    hecate Guest

    I just did...

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
    hecate, Jul 19, 2004
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    hecate Guest

     
    hecate, Jul 19, 2004
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