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inpainting control enhancement

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I would like the ability to control the source area for inpainting. My situation: I do a lot of focus stacking. When one shape occludes another in the scene, the one further from the camera gets washed out because the frame in the stack that has the background feature in focus also has a blurry rendition of the foreground feature superimposed (see center of example image). Inpainting would be a really quick way to clean this up --- if I could tell the tool to only use source material from the background feature (e.g. controlled by selection). Right now it often brings in material from areas that I don't want.




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