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quick little 5min job.. could prolly do better if it was RAW format

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I would say to just crop it a little tighter, quick mask it and hit the upper third with a slight gaussian blur real quick. Cloning large areas always looks like trash in the end IMO.


    
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Thanks to all for your thoughts / ideas. I hope to try my hand at it soon, but I'm reloading my computer and it will be a few days. But thanks.
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