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Thread: Post Processing (The Gimp): How to remove Dust/Unwanted Dots with Clone Tool?

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    Default Post Processing (The Gimp): How to remove Dust/Unwanted Dots with Clone Tool?

    Post Processing (The Gimp): How to remove Dust/Unwanted Dots with Clone Tool?

    Before:-


    After:-


    1. Download The Gimp

    2. Open the Image in The Gimp.

    3. At the Toolbox, Click on the Clone Tool.


    4. Ctrl+Click near the Dust to set a new clone source.


    5. Click+Hold on the Dust to paint and remove it.


    6. Done.

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    Default Re: Post Processing (The Gimp): How to remove Dust/Unwanted Dots with Clone Tool?

    Another example. Removed mole from face.

    Before:-


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    Last edited by auhckw; 9th January 2009 at 10:15 PM.

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