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Old 04-18-2018, 03:36 PM   #2
bigbassloyd
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That rejection has been around for quite some time. Makes it easy when they have the base image to compare it to.. lol

As for cloning out objects.. If it's a permanent part of the scene - do not. Shows poor situational awareness in the field if you have to fix it in processing. Pick better scenes, or become better at working around the items. If you still decide to remove something.. disclose it. Don't turn into a certain fauxtographer who creates false images of make believe consists and scenery and doesn't tell anyone he did it.

If people wander into the scene (aka any Steam excursion ever), removing them is fine in my book. Beats a felony charge for taking them out on site.

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