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Photo Editing Software

Discussion in 'Digital photography' started by elbatman, May 6, 2007.

  1. elbatman

    elbatman Member

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    Does anyone know how to take the sample words from a photo proof? They are on the middle of the picture and on the side as well.
     
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    moved to correct forum
     
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    is there a software or can i remove the sample/proof words from the pic and how?
     
  6. gerry1

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    @elbatman ... well, I've done it with using the cloning and/or smudge tools in Photoshop Elements. I'm sure those tools are also available in the free software listed in the links I provided. I've done it, it came out quite nicely and I'm no pro. I'll ask another member to read your question in case there's a better way.
     
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    Gerry1 answered your question exactly.
    Take one sample from an area of similar color, shading and texture, copy it, then paste over the offending proof words. Use the smudging tool to remove any harsh edges or spots.
    here is a site for tips and tricks using a free editor called GIMP, similar to photoshop, less costly but almost as functional
    GIMP
    I hope this helps.
     

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