I'm new to Photoshop. I want to move a selection but when I move it just leave a black background behind. Then I have to brush that black background after that. Is there anyway to move a selection and leave a proper background behind? Here is the photo. I just want to move the "logi" word a bit to the right (for centralizing) but it just leave a ugly black background behind (instead of grey like the photo's background)
The "grey" is not the "photos background". The grey is the photo. You can't cut and move a portion of a photo and expect things to magically repair where you've cut something. You need to do that manually.
- Select and copy the portion of the logo you wish to remain so it is on its own, new, layer.
- Just as you've covered up the right side of the logo, cover up the entire logo.
- You can then position your logo on its own layer wherever you want.
Select, and copy and paste the logo to a new layer
Select the original layer in the layers panel
Select a rectangle around the original logo and do Edit > Fill, and choose the content aware option. This will erase the logo from that layer and fill the gap based on the surrounding content.
Move your logo into position