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    Removing ghost from long exposure image

    Hi Guys
    Went to Turimetta this evening & took some decent shots. Unfortunately, my best image of the night is ruined by another photographer who came in & you can see his ghost at the bottom right.

    I do not have photoshop but do have photoscape & picasa. Can this be removed by these s/w's? If so, how.

    Thanks & Appreciated!


    Turimetta Beach by venu12, on Flickr
    Last edited by sx1; 04-01-2012 at 10:41pm.

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    Use a clone tool, do it in low opacity, and brush over the area slowly and methodically, undo any brush strokes that don't do what you want.
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    lol, I would leave it it in there - a sunrise at Turimetta without another photographer in the frame would actually be a strange sight

    You could also consider cropping it out, i think that may actually improve teh image moreso - crop from teh right and top to a pano format.

    If you do want to clone it out, I suspect Rick has nailed it, will probably take a few goes to get it looking right.
    Some Nikon stuff... gerrys photo journey
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    No amount of processing will fix bad composition - trust me i have tried.

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