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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    Print screen helps.
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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    why were random legs without a body inserted in the picture?

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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    The original girls legs and feet were removed, she was bending down. I think you mean the sneaker type shoe that looks like it has some blue on the top of it. I think that is extra. the girl standing bending just a little has brown pants on and I think you can see her feet under the table? I think. That may be an extra foot in there.

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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    I don't understand the question?
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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    this person, Chris, says there are legs there now with no person above it. I think he/she means the foot behind where the removed person was. There is a leg with a blue/white sneaker type shoe which doesn't belong to anybody? I think that is what they meant. The girl bending over a little bit has legs under the table now, (brown maybe) I think the shoe to the left of that doesn't belong to anyone in the picture.

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    Yeah i cloned it from other side, my bad the guy is facing opposite way to inserted shoe.
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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    So, do you have to have another shoe in the picture that would fit the guy in the back facing the right way to fix the picture? What if there isn't anything in the picture to copy? I didn't really notice that at first. I was just glad the girl in the front is removed, she didn't go to school with these kids -that's why we wanted to remove her if possible.

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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    I keep looking at more table.....



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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    More table than the original?

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    Re: Removing someone from a picture

    Maybe there is a way to make the shoe black so it isn't as noticeable?

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