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Old 11-02-2012, 08:03 PM   #11
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The problem, Ted, is that the photo is too common an image to not have perfect. Unfortunately, I believe the shot may well have still been rejected had you captured something more unique within the compostion - like a twister or a bear. In your case, however, it should be an easy fix as suggested - even after the fact, I doubt removal of 1 sq nanometer of random brush could be considered true manipulation of an image.

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