Re: creative ideas for blending a cropped + rotated image?

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You could do some heavy duty clone work on the background and on his shirt.  Or, maybe
just put an oval vignette around him.

Another possibility might be to make him the centerpiece of a collage, perhaps put
related holocaust images around him?

--- Anthony Ettinger <anthony@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I have a photograph of a client that I would like to rotate so the
> angle is not crooked, but I end up with a "V" shape after
> rotation...does anyone have any creative ideas for blending something
> in to get a full rectangle?
> This is the image in question...I can't crop it down to a square
> because I would loose the book he's holding, and that's the point of
> the web site:
> Looking for ideas, thanks.
> -- 
> Anthony Ettinger
> 408-656-2473
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