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Old Mar 17, 2012, 5:18 PM   #1
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Default removing objects with photoshop elements 7?

is it possible to remove an object using elements 7 and replacing it unoticed? similar to how it can be done with cs5.1's "content aware" tool?

only i refuse to spend 900+ pound on just that tool, as i dont believe you get much more for your money stepping up. everyone says elements is 3 quarters of cs5 but a quarter of the price. only reason i ask is i came across this pic in my snaps from today and i'd love to get rid of the unsightly ducks backside that is spioling my swan close up. any help would be appreciated.

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Old Mar 18, 2012, 5:30 PM   #2
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G'day John

Not sure if this will do?

just a bit of cloning tho -

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Good job Phil. I gave it a shot but didn't come out nearly as nice.
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VERY nice editing there mate!
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hi you can either clone done already or i would get elements 9 or 10 which have layer masks and IMHO better editing tools for a fraction of the price
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Great work Phil. I had a feeling you'd rescue my swan lol. Now if you could just fly 18 hours to England and go through my hard drive i reckon i might have a few more pics you could recover for me

Cheers for taking the time mate
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...only i refuse to spend 900+ pound on just that tool, as i dont believe you get much more for your money stepping up.
GIMP has some pretty good cloning/healing tools. The price is right too.
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