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#651623 - 28/12/2006 19:31 Taking out powerlines of pics
Zacy-G Offline
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Registered: 28/08/2006
Posts: 848
Loc: Redcliffe, Queensland
i have a nice shelf cloud photo from early december and ut has a powerpole and powerlines in the middle. it would be a great pic but theyre there. how can i remove them wihtout ruining my pic??

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#651624 - 28/12/2006 19:42 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Zacy-G Offline
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Registered: 28/08/2006
Posts: 848
Loc: Redcliffe, Queensland
here is a resized version of it


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#651625 - 28/12/2006 19:53 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Three of Nine Offline
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Registered: 17/02/2006
Posts: 359
Loc: Claremont Meadows
What photo editing tools do you have Zacy-g?

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#651626 - 28/12/2006 20:00 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Zacy-G Offline
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Registered: 28/08/2006
Posts: 848
Loc: Redcliffe, Queensland
photoshop cs2 and that is all im pretty sure

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#651627 - 28/12/2006 21:36 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
thomo Offline
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Registered: 06/12/2005
Posts: 2639
Loc: West End, Townsville, QLD
Is this what you want to archive?



Took me about 20 mins to do but it's roughly done

It's done using the cloning tool, there are plenty of tutorials around.

http://www.swedesignz.com/photoshop/Removing_Powerlines
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#651628 - 28/12/2006 23:10 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Zacy-G Offline
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Registered: 28/08/2006
Posts: 848
Loc: Redcliffe, Queensland
thanks very much..i will look at that tut now! laugh

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#651629 - 28/12/2006 23:54 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Zacy-G Offline
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Registered: 28/08/2006
Posts: 848
Loc: Redcliffe, Queensland
i just finsihed one thne my photoshop closed as i want about to click save :@

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#651630 - 29/12/2006 00:22 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Three of Nine Offline
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Registered: 17/02/2006
Posts: 359
Loc: Claremont Meadows
Don't you hate that.

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#651631 - 29/12/2006 00:28 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Zacy-G Offline
Weather Freak

Registered: 28/08/2006
Posts: 848
Loc: Redcliffe, Queensland
yes i do i thought i had done good too. i think its my ram that did it:@ I HATE THIS COMPUTER!

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#651632 - 29/12/2006 00:32 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Squid Offline
Meteorological Motor Mouth

Registered: 03/09/2005
Posts: 9535
Loc: Murgon
cheers for the tips this has helped me alot

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#651633 - 29/12/2006 14:15 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Willow Offline
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Registered: 23/11/2006
Posts: 857
Loc: Whitsunday
Does Photoshop essentials have a cloning tool or do you need the full cs2 version?
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#651634 - 29/12/2006 21:29 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Three of Nine Offline
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Registered: 17/02/2006
Posts: 359
Loc: Claremont Meadows
Does Photoshop CS2 have an auto-save feature, so it can periodically save a backup to restore if it crashes, similar to MS Word?

(I have Photoshop 7, which is a bit old now, and doesn't appear to have an auto-save feature).

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#651635 - 01/01/2007 21:35 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
thomo Offline
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Registered: 06/12/2005
Posts: 2639
Loc: West End, Townsville, QLD
I don't think so, it would have to save a copy.
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#651636 - 02/01/2007 18:25 Re: Taking out powerlines of pics
Blizzard Offline
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Registered: 31/03/2001
Posts: 10344
Loc: Blue Mountains
Thanks for that link tln. I like to keep photos 'as is' pretty much but there are always times when a killer shot needs to be improved.
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