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Aug 22, 2015 11:46 |  #1

Well--this just happened moments ago in my backyard and I only had a couple moments to grab my camera. Unfortunately, there was no way I could position my myself to get a clear shot without some of those twigs. My question is: That twig that runs across his head; can that be edited away? I don't know how to do that if it can. I've posted the unedited version along with a modestly edited version. Thank You.


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Aug 22, 2015 13:08 |  #2

You could clone that branch out, but it could be difficult because that looks like a transition area between one type of feather and another, so finding a matching pattern might be hard. Make that photo available if you want someone to try it.


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Aug 22, 2015 14:37 as a reply to  @ patrick j's post |  #3

I thought it was available. Perhaps you can explain how that's done. Thx.


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Aug 22, 2015 16:09 as a reply to  @ Bogino's post |  #4

I clicked on the eye glass thing, right clicked on that photo and got something that said the file extension was .duck. Maybe someone else will chime in.


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Aug 23, 2015 13:40 |  #5

If you want us to try to fix it, it would be a great help if you could post the RAW file to Dropbox and post a link to it here.


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Aug 23, 2015 15:35 |  #6

Would be better with RAW file but can be done.


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Aug 23, 2015 15:54 |  #7

Ha, here is my take, but it isn't a valid attempt :)


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Aug 23, 2015 21:50 |  #8

I took a shot at it, could do better with the RAW file.


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Aug 24, 2015 19:29 |  #9

Ya gotta ask yourself...is it worth the effort? Cropped that much, is it even printable to a reasonable size?


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