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Easy way to remove red line from photo?

 
seattle1
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I took some shots and there is a red line on the grass is there an easy way to fix this? I tried black and white and it worked well but I would like to keep some shots in color.

Here is one of the shots.

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matonanjin
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Should be really easy clone.

Jul 21, 2011 14:43

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matonanjin wrote in post #12799888external link
Should be really easy clone.

The clone tool in Lightroom 3? I quickly tired it but it did not look right.

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No, clone in PS.

Jul 21, 2011 15:02

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Yeah... it just took me 12 seconds to get rid of the red line in PhotoShop CS5

Jul 21, 2011 15:04

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va_rider wrote in post #12800000external link
Yeah... it just took me 12 seconds to get rid of the red line in PhotoShop CS5

Cool. I have PS4 would that work as well?

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PS CS4 will take a hair longer because it doesn't have "Content Aware" ... but... it still won't take long.

Jul 21, 2011 15:08

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va_rider wrote in post #12800017external link
PS CS4 will take a hair longer because it doesn't have "Content Aware" ... but... it still won't take long.

I tried it in CS4 and it worked great! Thank you for your help.

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Content aware worked ok for part of it but for the areas that were in the upper right or close to the chair it fails. This is a great tool but it is not the end all be all. Virtually any of the healing type tools would work on this image. Such a small and definable item like the red line would be a breeze to fix.

Jul 21, 2011 16:27 as a reply to seattle1's post 1 hour earlier.

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Clone Stamp and/or Patch Tool..
http://help.adobe.com ...3e41001031ab64-760ca.htmlexternal link

Jul 22, 2011 11:01

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