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Old Aug 7, 2011, 4:04 PM   #1
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Default Any one good at PP removign wires?

I suck at it.. and I got some decent pics it looks like of thunderbirds flying by my house (It was too hot to go down to the lake but I was out snapping pics of storm clouds and they came flying through.. lol

err I was so excited lol it should read removing lol
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Old Aug 7, 2011, 5:07 PM   #2
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Of course, the best thing is to avoid wires.... But seriously, the utility companies are very good at placing them in the worst possible places for photographers.....

I use Photoshop Elements cropping tool, if I absolutely have to. I don't like to pp too much, but sometimes you can't help it.
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Old Aug 7, 2011, 8:07 PM   #3
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Lol living in the city has it's advantages/disadvantages... lol

As far as cropping.. can't... would love to but the way it was shot was right in the freaking middle of the damn wires. Because I wasn't expecting them, well I should say that early lol.

They were actually pretty low too. I'll try and get pics up tonight/tomorrow I got a bunch taken over the last week of storm clouds/and some of the air show. i just need to get off my lazy but and upload em.
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Depends, I have the tools for it, (gotta love content aware fill) but how many wires we talking about?
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Old Aug 8, 2011, 5:03 PM   #5
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lets see what you got
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Old Aug 8, 2011, 8:36 PM   #6
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lets see what you got
Here's my attempt at it


Here's the orginal. Yeah I know.. not so great but I wasn't expecting it at that time lol and this was one of the better ones.

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tjsnaps' got it, but I figure since I did it I might as well upload it too.... It was an easy one at least, no cloning needed.

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Thanks guys you guys are the best! much better than my lame attempt lol. Like I said I wasn't expecting him, the other ones were more blurry then the one posted. I'll post more pics of the air show tonight when I get home. I got some of them uploaded as well as some storm pics finally.
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tjsnaps and nemopaice, what software did you use?
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