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Simple Clean Plate Object Removal Using Photoshop and Mocha

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Have an object in your scene that you don't want there, and don't have the opportunity to reshoot? In this tutorial you will learn a basic technique to remove those objects. We'll look at how to use Photoshop and Mocha to speed up your workflow by creating clean background plates, tracking data and mattes.


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