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Generative expand/fill leaving lines where the fill created a new part of the image

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Jan 01, 2024 Jan 01, 2024

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Often when I use generative expand & fill to create a new part of my work, it leaves a line where the fill did its thing. I cannot figure out how to remove the line to create a smooth image. Instead it's obviously darker than whatever color my original image is, and leaves a line where I placed the box to create the fill. Any ideas how to fix/avoid this?

 

My example shows the vertical line on each side of the image where I used generative expand & fill. 

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Jan 01, 2024 Jan 01, 2024

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Maybe use the Clone Stamp Tool with a soft brush to merge the join a little. Do it on a separate layer so it's none distructive, you can also experiment with the Opacity on the new layer (select Sample Current and Below).

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