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Feb 25, 2013 15:48 |  #1

hello guys.

i went to the zoo today and ive got some shots of lions but the problem is that i dont know how to remove a fence (i use lr and the spot removal tool creates a noticeable circles) and since im a total noob in photoshop, i need your help. this is the image:

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if there is a way to remove fences in ps please teach me how\do it for me ;) im lazy...
also, please critque.

thanks alot!

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Feb 25, 2013 15:53 |  #2

Zoom in and clone stamp. Maybe even some spot healing with content aware on the foliage.


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Feb 25, 2013 16:16 |  #3

You could begin by doing an aspect ratio crop to below the top wire. That would eliminate more than 25% of the cloning. Center the lion, keeping the tip of the tail, to the tip of his nose. Then as suggested, clone out the rest of the wires.


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Feb 25, 2013 16:31 |  #4

Yeah, looks like a bit of time and patience with the clone tool. It will take you a while to figure out the settings to get a result you can live with.. and your first few tries may be failures, with a still noticeable line across the image.

But it can be done.


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Feb 25, 2013 16:51 as a reply to  @ post 15651263 |  #5

kjonnnn

Great job!


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Feb 25, 2013 16:58 |  #6

The OP indicates that he/she only has Lightroom.

Know that Lightroom is limited to Raw processing capabilities, and only those that the LR "team" has been able to develop over time.

"Good" cloning, as in complex cloning, falls into the category of "pixel graphic editing". For that type of work look at, well, apps that have that capability, such as Photoshop Elements, or one of the other numerous apps that give you a cloning tool!

All that being said, if you are bound and determined to use only Lightroom, well, figure it will take a lot of work, trial and error, time and patience, and you can hope for the best!


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Feb 25, 2013 17:06 |  #7

kjonnnn wrote in post #15651359 (external link)
Oh well, I made the assumption they had photoshop, since they said they were a noob in it.

Ah, you're right, teaches me to be a more careful reader!


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