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    Hello,
    I'm having trouble with this photo that I took for a friends family shoot. I really love the picture however there's a lace covering the face of the central figure that I tried to edit out using the clone stamp tool. However because its such fine detail and it's over the mouth i'm struggling to get a clean retouch of the face.

    If anyone can give me any tips they would be much appreciated! I'm using photoshop Cs5 and the picture is attached.

    Much thanks,
    James

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    • #3
      Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

      Sorry, here is the image.
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      • #4
        Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

        I'd use use patches of 'good' skin and apply them through a layer mask that broadly corresponds to the shape of the cord. Feather the mask to avoid a 'stripe'. Why not post a larger file of just the offending area so we can see the detail.

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        • #5
          Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

          Hello Repairman, thanks for your reply i'm about to try what you recommended and hopefully i'll have some success with it.

          I was struggling to upload a decent sized image because of the upload restriction of 100k but i've cropped it so you can see the detail... Is this any better?

          Thanks.
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          • #6
            Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

            Here it is - the teeth take time but all very do-able. Having made a jpeg of a jpeg it's not great rez but I'll send you a tiff by PM if you like.
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            • #7
              Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

              My goodness that's amazing! Thanks very much I can't believe how well that has turned out. A Tiff would be great if it isn't too much hassle?

              I don't really understand Retouch pro, what do you get out of this?

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              • #8
                Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

                I help you, you help someone else and someone else helps me! What goes around comes around.

                If you send me your email address as private message and I'll send you the file.

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                • #9
                  Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

                  Repairman you've inspired me - if only we all took on that philosophy the world would be a different place. Thank you very very much for your time and help.

                  ...Will send emil address now.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

                    [QUOTE=Repairman;315626]I help you, you help someone else and someone else helps me! What goes around comes around.

                    Well said sir, well said.

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                    • #11
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                      Hey guys, here is the finished image with thanks to repairman!

                      Well pleased with it.
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                      • #12
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                        That looks really good!

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                        • #13
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                          Cheers guys. An intriguing pose - you managed to catch everyone mid jump. Have you made other changes to the image?

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                          • #14
                            Re: Clone stamping detail covering the face.

                            Hey Repairman, I didn't do much else to the picture - I created a copy of the layer and changed the blending mode (I can't remember what to) then lowered the opacity which boosted the contrast and made it a bit more poppy. To be honest my Photoshop skills aren't the best, need to find some good tutorials.

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