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editing image out of background

Posted on 2003-11-24
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hi  friends.
i have sort of  2 separate images on my jpeg image.i want to remove one image so that the background image
doesnt change,or it seems that there has been some editing. can sum one guide me.
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More decriptive details of that image you want to edit please... how big is the one you
want to take off and how detailed is the background?  Which image do you want to retain?
The one on top or the one at the back?
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JPEGS are flat. If you remove an item, a hole is left. The only way to fill the hole is with the Clone tool aka Stamp tool. Takes alot of time and practice and if done right will look like there wasnt an edit.
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