A&P OTAP: I need your halp

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  1. Stuff

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    I have never don much post and I'm not ashamed to admit I suck with photoshop (I haven't spent hardly any time learning it - I need to). I've always sort of felt like what I saw is what I/you get. :dunno:

    Unfortunately, my sister loves a photo I took of her son (my nephew/Godson) except that there is an electrical socket in it. I have used the re-touch tool in iPhoto but she is planning on making a medium - large sized print out of it and I'm afraid the editing might be noticeable at either of those sizes.:hs:

    Would someone be so kind as to remove it for me/her? :x:

    http://imgur.com/p3vu6 - not really sure why imgur flipped it like that.
     
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    You guys are awesome. Thanks so much :h5:

    Care to give me a brief overview of what you did/how you did it so I'll know for next time? Hell, even a link to a decent tutorial site would be more than I've got now

    I have photoshop installed but I hardly ever open it. If it will take too long to explain, no worries. I'm pretty computer savvy, though, and know my way around photoshop somewhat.
     
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    clone tool. when cs5 comes out you can just select->delete->content aware fill
     

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