David Holland wrote
> Hi All,
> 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?Here is the original
> http://www.flickr.com/photos/14586608@N08/8007061865/in/photostreamthe
> modifiedhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/14586608@N08/8007047321/in/photostream
> Thanks a lot in advance
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Hi, David. 

Assuming you have Resynthesizer + Heal Selection plugin installed (if not,
find it in Plugin Registry), 
use the latter (Filters>Enhance>Heal Selection). You can see the difference

Heal Selection beats Resynthesize, Clone Tool and Healing Tool at removing
even much 
bigger than dust particles objects (for demonstration purposes I removed two
birds (pelicans?) as well ^)


Nik O.
Никита Омуль
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