Ep. 10: How to remove a person from your photo
At times, we end up with photos where removing a person or object would enhance the appeal significantly. In this episode, we look at one such scenario. Today's photo was taken last winter, in the middle of a snowstorm in Philadelphia. My mom and pregnant wife walked outside in sarees to enjoy the snow. I took a group photo, but forgot to take an individual one as my wife had requested. So off we go to the processing table to try and remove a person.
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