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Supposedly, Google+ will add the required information again upon upload, but that's been hit or miss from my search on the web. This tool by Google should do the trick if nothing else does: http://photo-sphere.appspot.com/?
As put in the comment, this is a workload that will require scripting GIMP - although it can be done in a more or less interactive way (as individual images need separate treatment, that may actually be needed). If you check Filters->Python->Console you will get an interactive Python console, from which you can interact with GIMP - and if you want a ...
I'm assuming you will use Adobe Photoshop to make this work. So here are the steps for it: Open a new template. Write the word Mummy on the new layer. Now drag and drop the image you want to bring over the text in this template. After bringing the image, right click on the layer of the image and click on "Create Clipping Mask". The image will now be in ...
The best tool to use is the Clone tool, use it with little low opacity. It will work good for the area you want to cover.
I just used http://vectormagic.com and it works really well. The downloaded Mac app Vector Magic v1.8 costs $295 (last modified August 2010) but the online version is $7 per month. Here is the result I got from tracing a 450px wide line art drawing. You do need to see this test image at full screen to appreciate the nice work vectormagic did on the curves. ...
it's true that there's no magic, it doesn't exist any perfect tracer, but, for example,in http://vectormagic.com/home , they have an online free auto tracer much better than Illustrator's one, at least for tracing black and white logos, that's a proven fact
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