The Gimp Resynthesizer: a real world example

14/05/2014 at 7:30 am Plaats een reactie

During a walk yesterday, I took a photograph of a herd of sheep grazing at an abandoned railroad (click the picture to view the complete image).


I liked the picture very much, but I was not so fond of the two steel constructions in the middle and at the right edge of the picture. Nor did I want to keep the streetlights (two small white bulbs to the right of the picture). I wanted the same picture, but without these objects.


Thanks Gimp, thanks Gimp Resynthesizer. Is the modification perfect? No, it isn’t. But is it good enough? Well I guess so, since it took me less than five minutes to get rid of these elements. With a little patience and tweaking, the result would have been more precise. If you look carefully, you can still see the traces of the modification in the center of the picture. But I doubt whether Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill would have done a better job…


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