Lollipop break

This was a very poignant moment at Angkor Wat. Being true to the new paridigm that I have established for myself (learning PS and less posting on 365), I worked with the distraction removal tools to take out the steel supports that are behind the young child. It was not an easy task. My collage app cut off the upper part of the photo which showed all of the broom and parts of the steel structure behind the broom. I spent about 2 1/2 hours working on this photo. I need to get faster, but that will come. Happily, I got very familiar with the tools and which ones worked best in this photo.
Very good!
posted April 6th, 2018  
Good job!
posted April 6th, 2018  
Well done.
posted April 6th, 2018  
Well done, as beginners we all face this challenge. Fav
posted April 6th, 2018  
Well done
posted April 6th, 2018  
Very nice
posted April 7th, 2018  
Nice!
posted April 7th, 2018  
nice work.. especially recreating the top of the rock in the background.. i wouldn't have the patience and would've filled it or cloned it out! :)
posted April 7th, 2018  
You have done really well, it is such a useful tool to master. One thing to try and avoid is an obvious repetition, for example next to the rock that you recreated the top of and above the wee girl's head are two spots, it is a really quick fix to just clone or heal out one of the spots and then it would have been almost perfect :-) It can be time consuming, but there are photos it makes all the difference to.
posted April 7th, 2018  
The edge left you f the flat rock is a bit erratic but I wouldn’t have noticed unless it was blown up big or I knew you’d done clean up work. Well done
posted April 7th, 2018  
@jgpittenger @dkbarnett Thanks for your critiques. The big rock was especially problematic and I thought it didn’t look natural also.
posted April 7th, 2018  
well done for your perseverance with this. I think it great that you are disciplined enough to take the time out to do it and to learn. Obviously, the more you do so, the more competent you will become. This works really well, it is not until you are deliberately looking for them that you notice any flaws.
posted April 8th, 2018  
Nice work!
posted April 8th, 2018  
I am impressed. Beautiful job. I too have taken a break from 365 and trying some new things. Posted one today. Where atr you. In thailand?
posted April 9th, 2018  
THat's really high praise from Jane @jgpittenger who I think has the best eye for quality of 'cleanup'! Well done -- and you will get faster over time, I'm confident.
posted April 9th, 2018  
@mcallahan Angkor Wat.
posted April 11th, 2018  
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