Removing a watermark from a photo can be difficult and is generally considered unethical if the photo belongs to someone else. However, if you have the rights to the photo and want to remove the watermark, here are some methods you can try:
Crop the photo: If the watermark is located in a particular area of the photo, you can try cropping the image to remove it. This may result in a loss of some parts of the photo, but it can be an easy and effective solution.
Clone Stamp tool: Many photo editing software applications have a Clone Stamp tool that allows you to copy pixels from one part of an image and use them to cover up another area. You can use this tool to clone a nearby area of the photo without the watermark and paint over the watermark to make it disappear.
Content-Aware Fill: This is a tool available in some photo editing software that can automatically fill in an area of an image with pixels that match the surrounding area. You can use this tool to remove a watermark by selecting the area around the watermark and applying the Content-Aware Fill.
It's important to note that removing a watermark from a photo that doesn't belong to you is unethical and illegal, so always be sure to obtain the proper permissions before making any modifications to someone else's work.