I like this image but do not like the white spot in the upper right hand corner. I have often cloned similar problems out with branches and leaves from trees. How would you fix this??
Ken-L said:I would clone the non-white areas between her arm and the white.
dmwphoto said:I love the image Gordan. how about cloning in the green that is beside the excess light? I am no PS guru so naturally I would take a minimilistic approach.
greyflash said:One of the problems I have here Ken is that there is not much of the non-white area to clone. I have actually done that and because of the many similar cloned areas it does look photoshopped (to me at least).
Thanks for your input Ken.
beaucamera said:Try this and see if you can make a mask and get back to me.
greyflash said:Thanks for taking the time to do this Frank. Am I right in assuming you cloned from the upper left and moved it to the right?
Uncle Frank said:Cloning would have been awkward, Gordon, because of the diminutive size of the source material. I put the image on a layer above a white background. Then I selected and copied a chunk of the stuff from the upper left, moved it to a new layer underneath the picture, and used a free transform to increase it's size. Finally, I erased away the bright stuff on the top layer at the upper right, and let that green-blue material show through. The neat thing is, since I had distorted it during the re-sizing process, it doesn't resemble the stuff at the left at all.
papa85 said:Hi Gordon,,,,,
This is a quick fix. :biggrin: I first made a Layer with a fill overlay of 50% gray, then on the backround layer I fogged out the photos backround w/ a small brush at 15% opacity, I also adjusted color a bit, Highlited her eyes, Brightened her lips. And WALAA! this is it my fix.. Hope you like.. :smile: :biggrin:
Beautiful Girl. :Shocked:
greyflash said:Ok Virginia, I have made a mask as you instructed. Now that I have the mask what do I do now?
Also, this was an interesting excecise and one that I had done before but it seem to me that it is easier to select this area with a magic erasure, am I missing something?