Remove any part of an image with Gimp Resynthesizer

In the attached video of the header, I show them how to remove parts of an image using gimp and a sensational plugin called Gimp Resynthesizer.

The results are really amazing, as this plugin removes the selected part and the Fill with parts of its own photography so that the result is almost imperceptible to the naked eye.

If you are interested in following the practical video exercise, You must have the Gimp Resynthesizer plugin installed on your gimp.

To install the connector we will only have to open one new terminal and type the following:

sudo apt-get install gimp-resynthesizer

If you did not have the program installed, you would install it in the same order.

As you can see in the video, gimp it is a very complete program and at the same time easy to use, as long as you know what you want to do and where the tools to get it are

Gimp Resynthesizer, removes any part of an image

In future posts I will be teaching you basic things to do with this sensational image editing program, Which is also open source and available for free for both Linux, Windows and Mac.

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