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So far I am pleased with the processing of this photo of my daughter. But, I unfortunately held my point-and shoot with the flash at bottom, thus creating an unnecessary shadow on top. How can I safely remove the shadow?

A friend suggests that I use the Blur Tool to fade the shadow out. But she has CS. I have PSE 6. How would I use the Blur Tool to fade out the shadow in PSE? Or, is there another, better, delicate way to eliminate it in PSE?

http://www.pixentral.com/show.php?pictu ... 8mUcAAR2Yw

http://www.pixentral.com/show.php?pictu ... nNQjlqkNRI

Gordon
Hi Gordon
Nice high-key portrait. As far as lightening the shadow, I would use either the clone stamp or paint in the same color as the wall. Do either on a transparent layer above the image. Set the layer to lighten & use a soft brush set to about 60 or 70% opacity & build up density. last use a slight guasian blur on the layer to even out the paint. If you are not using a mask, you can always erase the paint where needed; also, lower opacity of the painted layer.
Hope this info helps.

bj
Betty
Win 8.1, PS CC, Canon bridge P&S
bj

Thanks much. Will post when done.

Gordon
bj

I used the Clone Stamp, and the revision came out reasonably well. However, as is often the case with revisions, I prefer the original. It has more spontaneity and is a truer representation of the art attempted. Here is my revision:

http://www.pixentral.com/show.php?pictu ... zwOGQHFUj1

What do you think?

Thanks again.

Gordon
that's greats
I am working in a graphics design company and I am expert in editing task. Now thinking to try my expertise in creative design also. I have great passion of traveling different historical places and taking pictures.ICPS

http://www.imageclippingpathservices.com/clipping-path/

thanks
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