Hi David,

All this is too complicated. Just use the Healing Tool.

Elmer




On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 10:47 PM, scl <scl.gp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 20.09.12 at 9:51 pm David Holland wrote:
>
>> I tried to remove a dust spot using resynthesize but I can still see
>> where it was, although it looks a lot better.
>> I was using this tutorial.
>>
>>
>> http://dodonov.net/blog/2009/12/29/cleaning-dust-on-photos-or-in-gimp-we-trust/
>> Any ideas?
>
>
> Hi David,
>
> this is easy:
> 1. Create a new transparent layer above the image layer and activate it.
> 2. Use the Clone tool, enable 'Sample merged' and use a soft brush for
> cloning.
> 3. Select the source region. It should have the same or a very similar color
> and structure as the destination region.
> 4. Clone the dust spot away. Use the Healing tool and layer opacity to
> refine your work.
> 5. To make the outline softer, you can blur it with the Gaussian blur
> filter. To undo some cloned parts and uncover the original image use the
> Eraser tool on the upper layer.
>
> This is based upon a tutorial in Michael Fryes book 'Digital landscape
> photography'.
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Sven
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