Old 06-23-2009, 08:46 PM   #1
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I've always wondered how RP.net stands on cloning out objects..

I would assume that power lines or any other obstructing objects in an image would be wrong if cloned out, and not accepted if noticed, but is cloning allowed on things such as headlight glare, sensor dust, etc. that the camera is responsible for making?

Just one of those questions I've pondered for a while..

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Old 06-23-2009, 09:27 PM   #2
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Group,

I've always wondered how RP.net stands on cloning out objects..

I would assume that power lines or any other obstructing objects in an image would be wrong if cloned out, and not accepted if noticed, but is cloning allowed on things such as headlight glare, sensor dust, etc. that the camera is responsible for making?

Just one of those questions I've pondered for a while..

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I can't answer for headlight glare, but I personally wouldn't see a problem. Cloning sensor dust is highly recommended...it's one of the rejection reasons.

Edit-Another thing that has been on the allowed list are flying birds that don't look like birds in your photo.
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Old 06-24-2009, 01:34 AM   #3
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I've always wondered how RP.net stands on cloning out objects..

I would assume that power lines or any other obstructing objects in an image would be wrong if cloned out, and not accepted if noticed, but is cloning allowed on things such as headlight glare, sensor dust, etc. that the camera is responsible for making?

Just one of those questions I've pondered for a while..

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Headlight glare = yes.
Sensor dust = PLEASE YES.
Etc. = I'd only include branches that don't connect to anything, another photog's hat/sleeve/foot barely sticking into the frame in front of a bush or sky or yes a bird that doesn't look like a bird
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Old 06-24-2009, 06:32 PM   #4
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Thanks guys for the replies! Much appreciated as usual.

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