Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Touch Up Tuesday: Clone out that background!

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Edit: What? Yes. ANOTHER Clone Tool Touch Up Tuesday! :D It's one of my favorite tools... and, I use it ALL the time. This is my friend's little 2 week old baby, Ayana. I don't actually have a backdrop or any other fancy accessories for photography. SO, I have to make-do.

I found a plain blanket and propped it up. But, I noticed with some of my photos the home was still showing. This was a really easy thing to fix with the clone tool since my blanket I was using was very simple with no print. After I fixed my background and did a couple of other edits to the photo... I ran a few of my favorite actions from Pamela Toppings and Paint the Moon.

I've used the clone tool many times in the past if you're curious to learn more about it. Just scroll through these clone posts. :D


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12 comments:

  1. I love this photo .. excellent results

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  3. That is awesome! These are beautiful, you don't need any props!

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  4. What an adorable baby and always enjoy your edits. Could you have used the eraser tool to take out background? Hopeless at editiing. V

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  5. Nicely done - you definitely rocked it out with the clone tool.

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  6. Nice job with the cloning!! I love the clone tool!

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  7. Looks great! The cloning tool is one of my favorites, too! :)

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  8. Perfect use of the clone tool!

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  9. WOW - really love your edit! :)

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  10. Maybe you should do a video tutorial. I've done cloning, but that is some serious cloning!!

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  11. The clone tool is awesome, especially now that I've figured out how to use it in picnik--you did an amazing job with these shots!

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