Use photoshop, MS Paint, www.paint.net (i think, its free for pc users and its basically a really good version of MS Paint with Photoshop things in it).
Note Click the one to the RIGHT.
GIMP is a neat and free image editor. You can do lots with it but it takes some effort to learn how to use it. I'm sure there are hubs on that
What text do you want to remove? Often, a photographer will add text to an image to stop you using it without their permission or without attribution. If that's what you want to remove, please don't!
You would be very upset if someone stole your writing, wouldn't you? So spare a thought for the photographer and don't steal their photo. There are plenty of photos around that you can use for free.
Can't assume its a photo, might be a drawn picture, still doesn't make it right. He might be referring to a render, a render is a part of an image someone cuts out and adds transparency to be used for different things. Most renderers put a render name and logo outside it to be erased from the image once its used in whatever your making.
by balaji1538 years ago
How to remove text from image ?
by SomewayOuttaHere5 years ago
Hi all, I have a favourite photo that I'd like to edit - photoshop something out of it. It's a very special pic - I don't know how to do it.Can anyone help me?I'm signing out and will check back later.Thanks!
by ofmelancholy6 years ago
Picture covers bon jovi by the way.
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