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    How do I fix this?

    I have this shot from my wedding photos and I would really like to use the picture of my face but I had my arms up in the air (getting the dress on!) How do I fix it? I have already cropped a lot out. I use Photoshop elements Editor.
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    And now I have noticed that the picture makes me look like I have a moustache close up, that will need fixing too! Any help would be great!

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    cropping and cloning will be your friends when you fix this, however, cloning is a skill that take some practice so expect to use the "undo" feature a bit and then retry, till you get it.
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    Does cloning have another name?

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    Hows this ?

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    That is amazing! Can I pm you please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alacrity View Post
    That is amazing! Can I pm you please?
    haha .. of course you can. You dont need permission !!

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    Good job! Now have to edit the other 499 images ...
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    Good guess ozwebfx, there were 591 taken so only 590 for bigdazzler to fix now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alacrity View Post
    Good guess ozwebfx, there were 591 taken so only 590 for bigdazzler to fix now!



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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdazzler View Post


    Post Production rate is $50 per hour
    ......... that is very very cheap

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    Nice job Bigdaz
    Cheers David.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alacrity View Post
    That is amazing! Can I pm you please?
    Please keep all editing techniques in this thread. Conversing via PM does not help other members who want to learn how to do this sort of thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    Please keep all editing techniques in this thread. Conversing via PM does not help other members who want to learn how to do this sort of thing.
    Absolutely mate .. I replied really only explaining that everything I did can be done in Elements as well. There was no specifics in the PM. I will respond in detail about what I did in the thread if the OP asks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Pix View Post
    ......... that is very very cheap
    Twas a lighthearted joke mate ..

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