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Tattoo and ‘face furniture’ removal experiment


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This was far trickier than I first thought is was going to be (and the result isn't nearly as good as I hoped).
I’ve only shared a low-res version as the high-res version is a mess.
More experimentation with the various tools is much needed.

If anyone has any tips for this kind of thing then please share them.


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Cecil: I used the Clone Brush, Inpainting Brush, Healing Brush, Blemish Removal Tool and all sorts of other things. Just experimenting with stuff to see what happens.

Smee Again: Ah, yes, Frequency Separation. That looks very useful. There are some videos for that function in Photo and the one I watched looks good (and easier than the Photoshop tutorial I started to read). More learning and experimentation is required. Cheers.

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Thanks very much Pattou. (I’m usually critical of myself when it comes to this sort of thing. If I was complacent about it I probably wouldn’t learn much.)
I’ve done some more quick experimentation with Frequency Separation on the tattoos and it’s going well so far. Better results than ‘normal’ inpainting and cloning I think, and faster too. More work needed though.

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