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Clone stamp / patch tool / content aware fill all leave remnant

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Sep 08, 2020

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Attempting to evict this branch on left I can use one of the aforementioned processes which normally all work fine. But no matter what process I use, there is a faint white silhouette of the lightest part of the branch using any/all of them.

 

Red arrow pointing to branch to be removed:

 

Screen Shot 2020-09-08 at 9.27.43 PM.png

 

Red arrows pointing to remnant

 

Screen Shot 2020-09-08 at 9.30.05 PM.png

 

I have closed and re-opened PS to no avail. I have tried cloning onto another layer, etc and same thing.

 

Ideas?

 

Photoshop CC v 21.2.2

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Clone stamp / patch tool / content aware fill all leave remnant

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Attempting to evict this branch on left I can use one of the aforementioned processes which normally all work fine. But no matter what process I use, there is a faint white silhouette of the lightest part of the branch using any/all of them.

 

Red arrow pointing to branch to be removed:

 

Screen Shot 2020-09-08 at 9.27.43 PM.png

 

Red arrows pointing to remnant

 

Screen Shot 2020-09-08 at 9.30.05 PM.png

 

I have closed and re-opened PS to no avail. I have tried cloning onto another layer, etc and same thing.

 

Ideas?

 

Photoshop CC v 21.2.2

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Hi this may be due to some color pixels cloning if you do it properly this then hope all will be ok....regards

 

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Ali Sajjad

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Sep 09, 2020

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Hi,

 

The result you posted would just need another Clone Stamp Layer at the very top.

Next set the Clone Stamp set to sample all layers and with a small Brush paint in the lighter areas where the branches are visible. Maybe reduce the Brush flow slightly as well.

 

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Unfortunately I already tried cloning on top of this as well as stamping on a new layer above. I'll try to sample all layers next but believe I already played with that setting as well. 

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content aware fill all leave remnant

Are you using Edit > Fill > Content-Aware or Edit > Content-Aware Fill?

 

Try Edit > Content-Aware Fill:

  1. Make a loose selection of the branchScreen Shot 2020-09-09 at 10.53.01 AM.png

  2. Edit > Content-Aware Fill
    This taskspace allows you to control over what Photoshop uses to rebuild the area where you are removing pixels. Using the Sampling Brush tool, paint green over the areas you want to sample from, remove green from the other branch.
    Screen Shot 2020-09-09 at 10.55.46 AM.png

  3. This left a little smudge to the left of the white branch. With the selection still active, use the Clone tool to remove.
    Screen Shot 2020-09-09 at 10.56.20 AM.png
  4. That's it.Screen Shot 2020-09-09 at 10.57.12 AM.png

~Barb 

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Barb, as mentioned in the title I have already attempted content aware fill. It really doesn't matter which method I try, I still get the remnant and I cannot re-content aware fill nor stamp on top of it to make it go away.

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Well, since two of us have keystroked this using your image and have not experienced the same problem, can you share a series of screen shots so that we can see your process? Please include the Layers panel in each shot. 

 

~Barb 

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Sure, I will when I get to my editing computer later on.

 

I would imagine there would be no issue with any of you stamping it out because you're editing a jpg on your system. I believe it's either a PS glitch or something embedded in my file. I make similar edits every single day and have never had this issue before.

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If you think it is a Photoshop glitch, you can reset preferences in Preferences > General. 

 

I had the same result after first saving the downloaded .png as a .psd.

 

I suspect it is a layer issue—that's why I asked to see the Layers panel in each screen shot. 

 

~Barb 

 

 

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Barb, sorry you had the same glitch? What exactly happened?

 

If I reset preferences there, what exactly do you suggest I reset?

 

Assuming it were a layers issue, would you suspect it still, regardless of whether I turned the top layer off and tried on one below (I ctrl/cmd J to duplicate the bkg layer, and I subsequently duplicated the duplicate to try making the clone/fill on different layers with others turned off to test it, and had the same result)?

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I have an open ticket with PS support. Tier 1 could not figure it out after a bunch of settings, updates, etc. They even tried PS 2019.

 

Escalated to tier 2

 

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