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Path Of Angels - (Rome, Italy) | by blame_the_monkey
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Path Of Angels - (Rome, Italy)

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Ponte Sant’Angelo is a popular walking destination for both locals and tourists so finding it empty can be tricky. Obviously, there are always less people out first thing in the morning but that causes a nasty side effect… It’s f#$king early… So, if you cant stomach getting up early (I don’t blame you), prepare to paint some stuff out.


For this scene, I waited about 20 minutes and shot it 5 different times. By waiting, I was able to isolate people as far away from camera as possible. Far away objects are much easier to remove because they cover much less detail.


With cloning in general, you never have to make it perfect. You only have to convince the viewer that nothing is wrong with what they’re looking at. — It sounds simple but it’s true. — As long as nothing stands out, eyes will breeze right over it, especially if it’s background detail.


It can also be strangely therapeutic. With a simple brush stroke, you can paint someone out of existence… Man… If only I had photoshop in High School.


* From the Blame The Monkey blog: here




* All comments are welcome & Monkey Business is strongly encouraged. If you have questions, I would love to hear them. Check me out at BlameTheMonkey.comThanks for viewing!

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Taken on May 31, 2011