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I was wondering if it's possible to set a pattern and then somehow use the filter and apply a filter to that pattern all over the image? I have many images with the same marks from the film that I do not want there. And manually going through takes a lot of time to rubber stamp it out. Just wondering if I can do this fairly easily thanks......

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    Default Global Replacing a Pattern

    I was wondering if it's possible to set a pattern and then somehow use the filter and apply a filter to that pattern all over the image? I have many images with the same marks from the film that I do not want there. And manually going through takes a lot of time to rubber stamp it out. Just wondering if I can do this fairly easily thanks...
    Pete_Jordan@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Pete,

    Have you considered using that pattern to a full overlay layer with a degree of opaque.

    Bob
    BobHill@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Pete J

    If you are asking how to batch process a number of photos with this pattern
    you would need Photoshop.

    But if you just want a quick way to apply a patterned filter you can apply
    the pattern you want to a blank page and then create a "brush" to just
    single click the pattern on to the pictures.

    Open a new canvas the size and resolution same as the pictures you will be
    working with. (file/new). Then apply the pattern you want and reduce
    opacity to desired level (test the pattern and opacities before begining to
    create brush); Then "edit/define brush".

    Now you can choose the paint brush and your custom brush should be at the
    bottom of the list of brushes and with one click apply the pattern to the
    picture. To get it centered properly use ruler guides to center cursor.

    PeteD


    Pete_D@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Global Replacing a Pattern

    Actually the situation simply is. There is a single tif image we have. There are a number of blobs (pure white) that occur through out the image that shouldn't be there. We are trying to erase these blobs (filter using min pass) so they blend in to the rest of the picture. This will save us time from manually going through every section of the picture and manually removing these blobs with the rubber stamp.

    I was hopeing to do a lasso around one of the repeated blob sections. Then define it as a pattern. Then somehow apply the Min Pass Filter to that pattern so it takes them out of the photo. Hope that helps clear things up...
    Pete_Jordan@adobeforums.com Guest

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