ken, like i posted on the filter forge forum, i think that's a brilliant filter. well done! wish i'd seen that filter before i started this restore.
flora, nag, nag, nag in all honesty, i've never used that tutorial writing thing before. someone will have to write a tutorial on writing tutorials first (and knowing doug, it probably already exists ). i've sort of been searching for something that would do a video/screen capture style that you could add a narration to. sort of like flash but without the steep price and complexity. i think that would be the best way to show cloning techniques. you'd see the actions as they happen. if anyone knows of such a beast, especially a freebie, i'd love to see it.
nan, again, thank you i can show you other techniques for images like this also. one is cloning regions to separate layers and working on each individually. another is using parts of the image to replace other parts, like i did on part of the coat here. another is cloning without the clone tool or makeover/heal tools. and then there's airbrushing, pixel painting, cleanup filters, color replacing and so on and so forth. but overall, clone is the king. learn to use that well and restores become much better....maybe not easier, but certainly better.
Brush / Mode colour / paint.
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