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Old Jun 20, 2011, 2:38 PM   #1
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hi guys , whats the best way to remove the line - crease

would you just clone it nice and steady?

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Old Jun 20, 2011, 5:14 PM   #2
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If you can rescan the original iron the crease out from the back first. Then its a simple clone job to get rid of the thin line.
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Hi,

The spot healing brush in PS does a reasonable job, with just a small amount of clone work on the fence afterward to align joints etc. ... Jack.
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Hi again,

Another way is to crop out a lot of the affected background that does very little for the picture, and then just the PS spot healing brush will do all of the job. ... Jack.
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thanks jachol... nice thought regarding the crop too
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Here is my version. You need to take your time, took me about 10 min, and use the clone stamp. Use a small and medium size brush with soft edges to correct the image.

If you send me the large image, I will do it for you...If you would like


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thanks jachol... nice thought regarding the crop too
Glad you like, bear in mind these were two very quick illustrations(no more than 2-3 minutes each) of the suggested methods, I don't claim they're spot on. If you can supply a higher resolution file, I'd be happy to spend more time on it, PM me if you like, your choice ... BTW the iron out the crease from the reverse side suggestion (Good one Bynx) is excellent and works really well, I can recommend it. ... Jack
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