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jachol Jun 29, 2007 3:23 AM

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Hi Alan

A little constructive criticism if I may, you made a very good first attempt at cloning, but try to avoid pattern repetition when you clone( check out my pic), else it becomes very obvious that a picture has been fudged, another useful tip is to reduce the opacity of the cloning brush, and use multiple passes to achieve the desired effect. Hope this helps, I don't mean the comments unkindly. ... Jack

Norfolk Boy Jun 29, 2007 4:16 AM

thanks for the comments It was actually me who tried to clone not Alan.

I am Paul i posted the orginal but will agree with your observations.

jachol Jun 29, 2007 5:03 AM

OK Paul,
Sorry I screwed up the names, glad you're taking my comments as meant ... advice. Photoshop whatever version has a steep learning curve, I've been using various versions for several years now, but still find I can learn things. ... Jack

Reanimator Jun 29, 2007 7:30 AM

yup photoshop is one huge tool

you get out what u put in.........those who dont like it have not put the time in, it takes years.

u can add countless plugins, fonts, actions, brushes, textures, styles etc the internet is full of them.............so is my pc LOL

Gary

Borthar Sep 30, 2009 5:24 PM

One Step Further?
http://www.thedawgz.com/graphics/girl.jpg

Chato Oct 3, 2009 8:16 PM

The true experts at getting rid of excess people were the guys who worked for Stalin back in the 1930's. It's a real shame we can't get some of them to post on how they did their magic, back before digital and computers were invented... :)

I've seen the before and after shots, and they had this whole thing down to a fine art.

Dave


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