Having a marker stain on a photo can be frustrating, especially when it’s on your favorite picture. Fortunately, there are ways to remove marker stains on photos, and this article will guide you on how to remove them on your iPhone. Here’s how:
Using Editing Apps
There are several editing apps available on the App Store that you can use to remove marker stains on your photos. One of the most popular ones is Adobe Photoshop Express. Here’s how to use it:
Step 1: Open Adobe Photoshop Express
After downloading and installing the app, open it on your iPhone. You’ll see the option to import a photo from your camera roll or take a new photo.
Step 2: Select the Photo
Select the photo with the marker stain that you want to remove. Once you select the photo, it will automatically open in the editing mode.
Step 3: Use the Healing Tool
Find the “Healing” tool in the editing options. This tool will allow you to remove the marker stain by selecting the area around the stain and blending it with the surrounding colors. You may need to adjust the size of the brush to fit the size of the marker stain.
After you’ve removed the marker stain, save the edited photo and share it with your friends and family.
Using Household Items
If you don’t want to use editing apps, there are household items that you can use to remove marker stains on your photos. Here’s what you need:
- Cotton swabs
- Isopropyl alcohol
- White eraser
- Dip the cotton swab in isopropyl alcohol.
- Gently rub the cotton swab on the marker stain.
- Use the white eraser to gently rub the area around the marker stain.
- Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the marker stain is removed.
- Let the photo dry before storing it.
Using household items can be an effective way to remove marker stains on your photos, but be careful not to damage the photo.
People Also Ask:
Q: Can I use vinegar to remove marker stains on my photos?
A: Vinegar is not recommended as it may damage the photo.
Q: Can I use a magic eraser to remove marker stains on my photos?
A: It’s not recommended as it may damage the photo surface.