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Great dawekato 2012-05-25 17:39

I was going to say "perfect composition", but when I scrolled down to cover the top, it looked better with less sky. Anyway, it is a great picture of this old stone bridge, with someone walking across it. Nice job! Just watch the edges on the left, the distracting articles could be cloned out.
P.S. I've changed my mind, don't crop the top.

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Old 05-26-2012, 10:36 AM
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Thank you for your good words!
For the distracting articles: I have to learn how to do it first!
Have a nice week-end
Brigitte
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Old 05-26-2012, 04:53 PM
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Hi Brigitte,
Do you have PhotoShop? If you don't most other image manipulating software have a "cloning" tool. In Photoshop it looks like a rubber stamper. Click on thef stamper and select a small brush. Hold down the "alt" key and click on the area next to where you want to clone. Then let go of the "alt" key and run the stamp icon very gently over the bit you want to clone out. It takes a bit of practice, but worth it.
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No, i don't have photoshop.
But when I would have it, I will use your "guide", thank you so much for the explications!
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