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Finish the steam of the rose with photoshop.HOW?

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I have to finish the stem of the rose.

What is the best method with photoshop,please?

Many thanks.

Martino.

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Finish the steam of the rose with photoshop.HOW?

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I have to finish the stem of the rose.

What is the best method with photoshop,please?

Many thanks.

Martino.

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One way might be the clone stamp tool.

 

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Derek ,

finish the stem to the end of the photo.

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Do it yourself - that's the idea of these forums, to show methods, not to do it for you.

 

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Yes, 
but it is different to use the clone stamp on a small part but if the part is wider as in my case I don't know if it is the best to use that tool.

 

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I am not going to have one do it for me. But it indicates very clearly, with a video(maybe link to one video , 1 minutes or 2 minutes), how to do it. 

 

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First use Select > Subject (fine tune), make a copy to put the selection on its own layer, then create a a Layer mask. You can then use the Clone tool to extend the stem.

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thanks

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Here's another way you could extend the stem ---

Make a selection where you want to extend the stem.

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Choose Edit > Content Aware Fill.

With a small brush that is no larger than the stem, drag over the good part of the stem. A light green overlay will appear where you drag.

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Click OK or hit Enter.

The command defaults to putting the adjustment on a separate layer. You can combine the two layers by targeting the top layer and choosing Merge Down from the Layers panel menu.

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Deselect, zoom in and make any touchups necessary, and maybe soften the edge a little to blend it better with the top part of the stem.

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Hi Barbara,

I clicked here :
Snap3.jpg

 What comes out of me is this:

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I have never used this procedure.

I have no idea how I can proceed.

Many thanks.

Bye.

Martino.

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Snap2.jpg

Second image

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Barbara thank you.

I understand how it works.

Pity that the result I have is very poor.

Unfortunately i chose to crop.

Thank you very much though for your kind explanation.

Bye.

Martino.

 

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The green area is the area that will be used to fill in the selected area. In your screen capture the green is covering the whole image. It should only have green highlight in the good part of the stem. You would need to erase the green highlight from the other areas.

Did you make a selection of the area that you want to fix before choosing Content Aware Fill? 

This explains more detail about how to use the Edit > Content Aware Fill command --

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/content-aware-fill.html

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Another solution is to grab a stem from somewhere and replace the existing stem with it.

 

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