An Amish group was crossing the road in downtown Silverton. A car ran the intersection then had to stop in the middle of it.
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I was setup on a tripod taking images of downtown Silverton. A group of Amish walked across the road and I made this image. There were other people milling about on the corner and down further in the street.
Being on a tripod made life easy. I stayed a few extra minutes taking other images at the same identical setting and focus points, blending out any distracting elements.
Spot healing and content aware fill cannot handle this situation. Imagine for example a person standing in front of that white truck. One could not easily recreate missing pieces of the truck.
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