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Take a look at my original: Original

My goal here is to get rid of the curb at the bottom right corner.

I tried doing a doing a transform -> warp but the results aren't great. Even though the image itself is not very clear, the transformed area looks very distorted.

Original

What else can I do to get rid of the curb at the bottom right?

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    Does this answer your question? Repeat a bokeh light pattern the most naturally in Photoshop – Wolff Oct 4 at 23:34
  • @Wolff can you answer your question as an answer so I can vote up and comment – Tinker Oct 5 at 2:49
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    I would love to, but I voted to close the question as a duplicate because I believe it's already answered in that other question. My answer here would be exactly the same as I answered on the other question. – Wolff Oct 5 at 6:12
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You could use the Content Aware fill in Photoshop.

Make a selection around the offending stonework using the Polygonal Lasso, then do Edit > Fill, and choose Content Aware as the fill type

Example

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  • +1 I always forget about CA fill... danger of starting with Photoshop before it existed I guess. This is nice! I'd probably use this combined with a bit of my technique in the end. – Scott Oct 5 at 17:27
  • If you choose Edit > Content-Aware Fill you get a dialogue with more options where you can specify which area to clone from. The filled area might look more natural if you included some of the left side as well. – Wolff Oct 5 at 17:58
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Quick and dirty.. could be refined...

1 Copy left side area and flip it and move into position on the right.

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2 Add a Layer Mask and, using the Gradient Tool on the mask, soften the edges around the area

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3 New layer. Use a Brush to paint on a general area of the bright blue. Afterwards use Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur to soften the edges

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4 Set this brush layer mode to Color Dodge

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5 Lower opacity of Color Dodge layer until you are happy

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The edge closest to the path still needs a little attention in the above image, but this should provide a general methodology.

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  • :clap: :clap: :clap: – Tinker Oct 5 at 2:49

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