On Wednesday 04 March 2009 17:22:29 Noel Stoutenburg wrote:
> ajtiM wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I have a photo with one big bloom and on the uper side of the photo and
> > on ther right side I have some leaves and bloms which I want to remove
> > and replace with the background of the photo.
> > I did try with the clone tools and with the healing tool but it is no
> > good. Also copy part of the bacgrond and paste doesn't work.
> > What is the best method for my case, please.
> From my POV, there is not enough information to answer the question, as
> you've not provided [a link to] the image in question, and in my
> experience, the "best method" is rather image specific (that is, what
> might be the best method for one image might not be the best method for
> another image, even though the two images might seem highly similar.)
> May I recommend visiting your local library, and borrowing (through
> interlibrary loan if need be) a copy of one of the editions of Akkana
> Peck's book, /Beginning GIMP - From Novice to Professional/, which
> devotes considerable space to demonstrating various techniques for doing
> what you wish. If I interpret the headers of your email correctly, it
> seems to originate from the US state of Wisconsin, and there are a half
> dozen copies held by various libraries around the state. I note that
> the website of the publisher, Apress, includes chapter 2 of the second
> edition ("Improving Digital photos" as a book extra on it's website
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Thank you. I have the books which you recommeded and I use them...
I save my "problem" too. I downloaded "resynthesizer" plugin and it works
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A: Easy. It's because they can't figure out how to get the little
bottles into the typewriter.
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