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Photo edit help

Steph Liechti

New Member
hi! Not sure if this would be possible but I’m looking to remove the bin on the left of the picture? Tia!x

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Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
Hello Steph and welcome to the forum. When you upload images to the forum, be sure to tick the "full image" button beside each one to make them full size. I've done that for you for this first one.

Now, as for removing the bin, yes it's possible with a little work in your image editor.
 

MikeB

Always on
Premium Member
Here's an approximation of what it could look like but you'd need to work with the original capture, hopefully it is a raw file or a large JPEG.

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Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
Here's an approximation of what it could look like but you'd need to work with the original capture, hopefully it is a raw file or a large JPEG.
Excellent work, Mike. Steph should notice you even swept the floor in front of the now non existing bin here, which can just as easily be done to the rest of the floor when he gets done editing his original.
 

rebel06

Looking for a cause.
Moderator
Good work Mike, but give the bone back ... the dog is missing his play thing .... lol
 
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