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Texturing effect how to remove the marks in image or background with out using clone stamp tool how to make a bag&layout design for movie and t.v channel

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There cam be many ways to solve this prob. of yours. It depends on the mark/s in the image.. sometimes clone stamp will fix just fine...and sometimes you might have to use the select tool and delete & fill.. or just a paint brush will do.. it requires skills and ideas..

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