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hey guys this is anthony morganti i am mr photographer.com a few days ago i did a video demonstrating how to remove power lines from an image using lightroom if you havent seen that video ill have a link to it in the description below this video i mentioned in that video that lightroom does an okay job if the power lines are against the sky but if you have the power lines in front of something like this in front of trees lightroom probably isnt going to work and youre going to need photoshop to do that and thats what im going to demonstrate today now in photoshop were going to use a tool that isnt often used its called the quick mask tool over here in the toolbar its this tool right here second from the bottom now i cant remember if by default that shows up in the toolbar if you dont see the quick mask tool in your toolbar youll have to add it to add it to your toolbar go up to edit down to toolbar and then right here at the bottom see where it says show and you can see i