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Jan 28, 2014 10:01 |  #1

I'm trying but there is no way I can clone this man out without messing up that area, using clone stamp in CS. What would you do?

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Jan 28, 2014 10:10 |  #2

Some people better than I am could clone him out. Maybe he's part of their memory & you could leave him in.
Otherwise, what I'd have done was take the shot so I had something. Then move a little to the left & take another. Move again...


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Jan 28, 2014 10:15 |  #3

I'm quite proficient with photoshop, but I would probably not even attempt editing the dude out because it seems a lot of effort (you basically have to draw parts of the scene with no source for cloning) without much payoff, especially if you have other shots.



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Jan 28, 2014 10:18 |  #4

As mentioned above there are too many detailed things in the background that would need to be rebuilt if you removed him from the shot. It could be done, it would be painstaking, and honestly the shot doesnt seem to be worth it.




  
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Jan 28, 2014 11:12 |  #5

Clone him out. Not that hard to do




  
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Jan 28, 2014 11:16 |  #6

chrisa wrote in post #16644213 (external link)
Clone him out. Not that hard to do

I wouldn't attempt it buy if you think it's not that hard - go for it :)


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Jan 28, 2014 20:45 |  #7

chrisa wrote in post #16644213 (external link)
Clone him out. Not that hard to do

I don't know, cloning didn't seem to do a good work at all :(
(Sorry for disregarding the "IMAGE EDITING OK" thing)
But the vanishing point tool kind of helped with the wooden deck.

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Jan 28, 2014 21:11 |  #8
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^Are you cloning out the right person? :D


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Jan 28, 2014 21:14 |  #9

LOL!




  
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Jan 28, 2014 21:35 |  #10

Do you have similar shots from just before or after where some of the people have moved?


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Jan 28, 2014 23:54 |  #11

That's hilarious, man !

HmrMike wrote in post #16645708 (external link)
I don't know, cloning didn't seem to do a good work at all :(
(Sorry for disregarding the "IMAGE EDITING OK" thing)
But the vanishing point tool kind of helped with the wooden deck.



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Jan 29, 2014 04:05 |  #12

2Live4 wrote in post #16645761 (external link)
^Are you cloning out the right person? :D

haha love it!


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Jan 29, 2014 06:27 |  #13

That made my day. :lol: :lol:

(maybe they got divorced and she married the waiter?) :)


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Jan 29, 2014 08:41 |  #14

HmrMike wrote in post #16645708 (external link)
I don't know, cloning didn't seem to do a good work at all :(
(Sorry for disregarding the "IMAGE EDITING OK" thing)
But the vanishing point tool kind of helped with the wooden deck.

too funny, well done


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Jan 29, 2014 08:45 |  #15

HmrMike wrote in post #16645708 (external link)
I don't know, cloning didn't seem to do a good work at all :(
(Sorry for disregarding the "IMAGE EDITING OK" thing)
But the vanishing point tool kind of helped with the wooden deck.
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It's ok to edit my photo, that is why I post here and ask for help. But I can't help LOLLLLLLL. I'll read up on vanishing point.

All: We have a lot of good shots from professional photographer, however she didn't take any shot from this angle. It might be not worth to keep it from technical point of view but the bride really likes this shot.

Here is the link to the original JPG

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This is what I've come up with, maybe after reading up vanishing point will help.
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