Remove Undesirable Objects From a Photo

  • Episode 432
  • December 29, 2015
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Using the free GNU Image Manipulation Program we'll learn to remove simple objects (such as a stop sign) from a picture quickly and easily.

Get out of traffic tickets? Well, not really. Sasha's such a bad influence! However, we will learn how to remove stop signs (and other simple objects?) from photos using the free GNU Image Manipulation program!


It's hard to believe a week has gone by since the last episode! I guess with Christmas festivities in between, it really made the week fly by.


This week we're blessed to have both Kelsey (back from school for the holidays) and Sasha (off work for the holidays) with us. Adam ran camera too, so I didn't have to wear too many hats, which was nice.


Beyond our GIMP Tips feature, we also tackled a few interesting viewer questions, such as setting up your iPhone to stream music to multiple speakers at a time, perhaps even in separate rooms.


Hope you enjoy the show. Happy new year and we'll see you in 2016!


-Robbie

  • Host: Robbie Ferguson
  • Co-Host: Kelsey Jensen
  • News Anchor: Sasha Dirmeitis

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Robbie Ferguson

Don't worry if you find something broken... this is a work in progress.


Robbie Ferguson

I still need to fix several broken images and create more content... this is a huge undertaking! Enjoy!

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