Need some help…glass reflection

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Jp
Oct 30, 2005
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Does anyone want to try to remove the glass reflection and dog nose prints from this image, He landed on our deck 2 nights ago after banging into the window. After 10 minutes he shook it off and flew away into the night, just seconds after the shot was taken. I just regret not opening the door for the shot.
Thanks for any
If the image does not come through I can email the original.

http://static.flickr.com/25/57538630_70e8333e3d_o.jpg

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Flo Nelson
Oct 30, 2005
"Jp" wrote in message
Does anyone want to try to remove the glass reflection and dog nose prints from this image, He landed on our deck 2 nights ago after banging into the window. After 10 minutes he shook it off and flew away into the night, just seconds after the shot was taken. I just regret not opening the door for the shot.
Thanks for any
If the image does not come through I can email the original.
http://static.flickr.com/25/57538630_70e8333e3d_o.jpg

remove the ‘spam’

I don’t want to take the time to do the whole image, but I found a combination of the clone stamp tool (mainly on the floor) and the burn tool set at a low exposure (mainly on the bird then lightly on the floor) works pretty well. Have to do multiple reselections with the clone tool since the spots are so close together.

Flo
FN
Flo Nelson
Oct 30, 2005
"Flo Nelson" wrote in message

I don’t want to take the time to do the whole image, but I found a combination of the clone stamp tool (mainly on the floor) and the burn tool set at a low exposure (mainly on the bird then lightly on the floor) works pretty well. Have to do multiple reselections with the clone tool since the spots are so close together.

Forgot to mention – be sure to do levels first, of course.

Flo
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Bob Williams
Nov 1, 2005
Jp wrote:
Does anyone want to try to remove the glass reflection and dog nose prints from this image, He landed on our deck 2 nights ago after banging into the window. After 10 minutes he shook it off and flew away into the night, just seconds after the shot was taken. I just regret not opening the door for the shot.
Thanks for any
If the image does not come through I can email the original.
http://static.flickr.com/25/57538630_70e8333e3d_o.jpg

remove the ‘spam’

The Clone Tool is your friend.
Bob Williams

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