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    My extensive cloning try

    Inspired by some amazing posts of edited images in photoshop by Frank Miller and others here is my try:

    My extensive cloning try

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    My extensive cloning try

    The photo is nothing special, just a lovely roof garden just across the street from my house. It has a nice combination of vines and bougainvilleas, some very common plants in the mediteranean, and of course at this time of the year is just wonderful.

    The only things that I hated were these stupid street cables. Thank you photoshop!
    Last edited by MilT0s; 1st June 2012 at 07:45 PM.

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    Re: My extensive cloning try

    Lovely...how long did it take?

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    Very nice job, Miltos. The few tiny artifacts that remain are so inconspicuous that I would never spot them without the original image to guide me where to look.

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    Re: My extensive cloning try

    Sharon since I am new to this it took about one hour. I am sure it is much less, something like half hour work if you are more familiar with the technique.

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    Re: My extensive cloning try

    Beautiful job Miltos! I'll bet that if you didn't show the original, folks wouldn't be able to tell where it had been edited!

    I see that you have also used effective cropping to eliminate the garden hose, lamp, and other distracting objects as well. Very nicely done.

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    Re: My extensive cloning try

    Very good job Miltos!

    Even looking at the large view of the image is really hard to see where the cloning was done.

    Keep up the good work! I liked the final version a lot, very nice colors!

    Toņo

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    Excellent skills here. Well done.

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    Wires, wires why do they do have to in places where they don't have to be! LOL! You did a good job eliminating them as well as with the garden hose! Cloning makes wonders!

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