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Aubrey
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Ok, so I figure it would need to be like this ...

1. Select a small area of evenly-lit wall:

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2. Ctrl J to put it on its own layer, then move it to a different part of the image, so it's visible:

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3. Ctrl J it again, and move it across and line it up with the other one.  Then Ctrl E to merge them together, then use the clone tool to meld the join if necessary.  Keep repeating this over and over ...

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... and over and over, until you have enough to cover the whole space:

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4. Move it into place, and mask it on:

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