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Chapter 9. Take Me Away: Removing Unwant... > Removing Things in Perspective - Pg. 259

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Step Nine: Continue using this technique to clone away other unwanted areas. Remember to Option/Alt-click several times to keep the retouch looking random, and to keep from "repeat" cloning. When it looks good to you, click OK in the dialog. Since the cloning will appear on a separate layer, you can adjust it or easily erase any extra areas using the Eraser tool (E) (if you cloned too large an area, for example). With the perspec- tive right on the money, Vanishing Point works wonders. TIP: If you notice any repeating patterns in your cloning, just click on Layer 1, get the Patch tool (Shift-J), draw a selec- tion around one of the repeating pat- terns, drag the selection into a new area on that layer, and the repeating pattern will be removed. Press Command-D (PC: Control-D) to deselect. Before After Removing Unwanted Objects Chapter 9 259