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Bird nest, Beehive and woman's coat

By xwang
Hi, Thank you for stopping by,.. it was this photo while I tried to do some clone work last week, I found the clone stamp stopped working, so I thought I upload it today, if you know the answer to this question, please let me know. Thanks.

The photo was taken in Liverpool Victoria museum through the glass.
Thank you for viewing.

Tags: Woman General Art Coat Beehive Bird nest liverpool victoria museum

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Chinga Plus
8 3 1 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2016 12:11PM
A very good find!
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cbrundage 6 4 United States
4 Jun 2016 1:22PM
Very strange exhibit what was that supposed to represent? I'm sure nobody wore it!

As for your question, I don't have any answers other than what others wrote. I have had things stop working in PS and found later there was a tiny area selected that I hadn't noticed but this has happened to you with different photos. I would go straight to an Adobe forum.
4 Jun 2016 3:11PM
Strange but interesting image Jasmine, don't PS so can't help you there.
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2016 5:26PM
An interesting find Jasmine. Like Len I don't have PS, sorry.
Peter GrinGrin
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2016 7:12PM
Like the image Jasmine,
Looked at the problem you have as I work in PS
But cannot help you, I checked mine all ok
I get the monthly ps and Lightroom
LynneJoyce Plus
11 22 99 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2016 6:05AM
An interesting exhibit the logic behind which eludes me completely.

Can't help with the problem. Have you tried contacting Adobe?
accipiter 10 61 England
5 Jun 2016 7:27AM
A very odd but interesting 'still life' here - the clone problem (for me) is usually due to a small area of selection having been forgotten as you move on with editing. It usually responds to flattening the image before proceeding again. A
Well spotted, great capture, Jasmine,
BRITCHIE

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