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Hello Damien,

How can I remove shadow that is on the wall.

Thank you                          IMG_5454.jpg

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Thank you Damien, 

Did you use the Gradient layer video method of the above mention link?? 

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Thank you for your help Damien but I could not figure out which swatch control which area. I couldnot go further then this step.Capture.JPG 

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As I mentioned earlier, I used a radial gradient rather than a linear one, but I think what you've done here will totally work. Go ahead and start your precise masking now.

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  How is this Damien. As you have suggested I use Radial gradient instead the linear one. (Please excuse my masking skill )

IMG_5454 d.jpg

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Just use a two-colour gradient - dark to light.  It looks a bit weird having that dark circle behind his neck.

Otherwise, this is good.  Now zoom WAY in and start masking properly.

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Thank you Damien for your help 

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How is this Damien? Can you also give me heads up on how to get rid of the red mark on the boy's left cheek.

Thank youIMG_5454 d.jpgred.jpg

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I chose low quality. Is this something I should not have done??

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Thank you Damien, I will upload high quality image in a while.

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Lesson learned Damien... Can you please tell me how can I remove the red mark .Thank youIMG_5454 u.jpg

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Thank you for your time and effort Damien. Here is the better quality 100% crop of the red mark. Thank you

udgam red.jpg

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How is this Damien?? I tried handyman method and use the eyedropper/brush method.IMG_5454 e.jpgCapture.JPG

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I can still faintly see the shadow in the last one you just posted. I think you may have reduce the opacity on the gradient layer by accident?

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