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      People with Photo Shop skills....

      Amaze me. I love this photo that I took in December but hated the people standing in it. I posted on a site asking if they could be removed. Not 10 minutes later it was done. I wish I had the skills.





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      Thanks Everyone!!

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      I know. I wish I could do things like that too. It shouldn't be that hard, I guess I am lucky I know how to crop photos!

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      I was at the first class of a new photo course last night and the teacher uses Photoshop Elements. Going to look into that.

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      They did a pretty good job. It's done with the "clone tool". You find similar patterns and just clone them over the object you don't want. Some backgrounds are easier than others. You just have to have patience and find the right patterns.

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      First you can either remove the object you don't want with a clip or cut tool then use clone tool then use a blend to blend it in so it never looks like it was touched. for a 10 min fix they did a good job. I get used to get OCD on Photo shop when I had it and would fix pics for hours

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