how to improve this photo

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  1. pamcakes

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    should i crop the hand on the left? if so, how please?
     

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    You can very carefully clone it out. Yes it would help the shot.
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    You want to be a little more careful than I was with it though
     
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    u could clone out the hand on the left, shoudlnt actualy be 2 hard, also maybe blure the background out a bit more, and even put a wee white dot in the eye of the hourse, not 2 bright just a bit more then there is in the photo. over all pretty good
     
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    wow, it looks so much better with the hand on the left removed! thank you!
    i have to learn how to do that sort of editing myself...what program to you use to "clone"?
     
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    almost every editor has one.... Most here use photoshop i dont personally. Just a run of the mill photo editing program lots of freeware ones out there
     
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    GIMP is free and seems to have a lot of features that Photoshop has. I'd recommend that if you're getting started.
     

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