A&P Help with touching up photo.

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  1. negative zero

    negative zero New Member

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    I have a photo I need to get touched up. Any good freeware versions that can clone one part onto another? Or if anytone is bored and feels like helping it would only take a minute. :wavey: :x:
     
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    gimp
     
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    I actually downloaded gimp last night but it has no help files with it and i am not sure how to do it??
     
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    you can dl 30 day trials of photoshop..
     
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    And the trial version will become the full version with a cd key...:wiggle:
     
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    that would be immoral



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    I'll try photoshop. can someone give some some basic steps of how to do this?
     
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    I meant buying the cd key :hsughno:

    Anyways, use the clone stamp tool in photoshop:
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    Alt-click the part that you want to duplicate (set's the source), and then click on the area that you want the clone to go.
     
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    Just did it. thanks guys. :bowdown: I appreciate the help.

    I took a good (by my standards) picture of my son the other day on a bench at a playground. Was gonna print the picture out, along with some others, for the wife and then noticed a huge pile of bird crap on the back of the bench. :mad:

    Clone tool worked perfectly.
     
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    :rofl: clone tool works great for shit like that
     
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    Kinda a followup since you guys are so helpful.

    I have 4 pictures that I want to somehow arrange and make one big 8x10 out of. Is there a good program that I could put them in so that it arranges them to where they all "blend" together?
    I'll try to find an example of what I mean if that doesn't make sense.
     

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