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Old 12-02-2007, 06:46 PM
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Re: Photo restoration replace clothes pls help

I thought I needed the practice as well.
Not finished but I'm tired right now, and work tomorrow.

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Old 12-02-2007, 08:23 PM
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Re: Photo restoration replace clothes pls help

The tool in Photoshop for grafting Available in versions 7 and up
is Patch tool:
This tool is what you would want to use if your image has torn clothes, or stains, or holes in walls, or blemishes etc. This is very similar to the Healing Brush tool except with the patch tool you can define a selection where you want the effects applied.
http://photoshoptips.net/2005/09/09/patch-tool/

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Old 12-04-2007, 10:24 PM
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Re: Photo restoration replace clothes pls help

there ya go. that's even better. thank you, granny
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i'm using paint shop pro xi. but, it shld be fairly similar in photoshop, if you're using that. simply outline the part of an image you want to 'cut out' or copy. the tool for this in Paint Shop Pro is the 'selection' tool. it has several modes in psp. you can 'select' a part of an image with a square or do a 'point to point' or a 'freehand'. the instructions for using this shld be in your graphic editor's manual.

so, let's say you wanted to select a single leaf off of a tree. you would use one of the methods i mentioned, like the point to point mode. you would essentially trace the leaf. when done, you would copy it, control-c in psp. this puts that selection into what is called the 'clipboard'. the clipboard is simply a piece of memory allocated for saving bits and pieces temporarily. you can then call that piece of memory, your selection, back and 'paste' it anywhere you want, as a new image, onto your current image or onto another image, anywhere within that image.

so, essentially, that is 'grafting'. you are grafting one part of one thing into or onto another location. it's really just a select, copy, paste.

and again, for more specifics, check out your manual of whatever graphic package you are using. my explanation may not be exact for your editor.

Hi Kraellin

Thank you very much for explaining clearly about grafting. I am sorry for the very long delay in reply to show my appreciation of your post. I afraid I don't don't visit retouchpro as often as I would like to because I am very busy with work,kids,animal etc.

Whenever I get a chance it is nice to come for a visit and pick up very useful tips from you experts.

Thanking you

Best Regards


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Old 01-08-2008, 02:02 PM
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I thought I needed the practice as well.
Not finished but I'm tired right now, and work tomorrow.

Peter
Hi Peter

Thanks for your interest in my photo, you have done a great job. Pls excuse my very long delay to show my appreciation i'm afraid I don't get to come and visit here very much.

Thanking you

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Old 01-08-2008, 02:06 PM
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The tool in Photoshop for grafting Available in versions 7 and up
is Patch tool:
This tool is what you would want to use if your image has torn clothes, or stains, or holes in walls, or blemishes etc. This is very similar to the Healing Brush tool except with the patch tool you can define a selection where you want the effects applied.
http://photoshoptips.net/2005/09/09/patch-tool/
Hi grannysdc,

Thank you very much for explaining about grafting please excuse my delay in replying, I appreciate your message which is valuable to me, you guys are very helpful.

Thanking you

Best regards


helen
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