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    Getting rid of.

    How do you get rid of the fence here in these two photos?
    With ViewNX2 or L.R.4 Can it be done?
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    Re: Getting rid of.

    What fence? What photos?
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    Re: Getting rid of.

    Quote Originally Posted by singlerosa View Post
    What fence? What photos?
    ​LOL . . . I was afraid it was just me.
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    Re: Getting rid of.

    I think you got rid of your two photos - LOL
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    Re: Getting rid of.

    Getting rid of.
    Sorry here they are.Getting rid of.-dsc_1586.jpg

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    Re: Getting rid of.

    Getting rid of.
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    Re: Getting rid of.

    Unfortunately neither ViewNX or LR will be able to help with this..
    You'll need the power of Photoshop..

    Next time, go real close to the fence, use a large aperture so you can blur out the fence

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    Re: Getting rid of.

    Getting rid of.
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    Re: Getting rid of.

    Quote Originally Posted by donaldjledet View Post
    Sorry here they are.Getting rid of.-dsc_1586.jpg
    That would be close to impossible. If you had gone directly to the fence and put the lens up to on of the holes it would have probably worked. With time and good photoshop skills you might be able to do it.
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    Re: Getting rid of.

    Quote Originally Posted by donaldjledet View Post
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    Dear gawd... Even with Photoshop I think that would be a tall order (to do well). Maybe there's some secret technique I don't know that would make it easy, but I wouldn't want to tackle it without some kind of Secret Weapon I'm currently unfamiliar with.
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