Using Paint Shop Pro I applied a little digital magic to the following images and clean up distractions or remove unwanted things from the pictures.
These images are mouse-over types, so simply place your mouse pointer over the image to change it from the before to the after.
In this image of the Bellagio casino, I removed the street light on the left of the image.
In this image, I also removed the large traffic light on the left of the image. I than blended in the sky to make it look a little more natural.
This one was a little tricky. I removed the red car parked in front of the casino, and of course there's those pesky tourists we're always running into.
This is one of those cases where someone (the lady in red on the right) appears in one of your pictures. I thought I removed her in the view finder.
In this one, I took out the tourists at the upper right and cleaned up the area in front of the casino, removing the cars and people.
Again, just a little clean up operation, removing the taxi and a few other minor distractions. Also removed that "thing" on the grass. Not sure what it was, maybe something to do with maintenance or like a manhole or something. A little gardening never hurt anyone.
This is the hotel/casinoi we stayed at. Using the palm trees and building front, I removed those 2 poles that managed to sneak into the picture.
This is Joan Rivers. Or her wax double at Madam Trusauu's Wax Museum. Not a lot to do here, but I had to get rid of those pesky white specks. Dust on the image or lens perhaps.
This was one of the animated displays at Caesars Palace casino, of Neptune. This took a little bit of work. The blue mist is casued by one of the spotlights used in the display. I left it in, because I thought it was an interesting visual effect. But that other stuff had to go.
I think it's pretty clear what the distraction was in this image of the Efile Tower outside the Paris casino. This was taken from a walkway over the street, so there was no way to avoid those wires.
Finally, this was the main outside area of the Venetian casion. Again, just a little clean up operation here, a few tourists needed to go away.
Well thats it. I'll be adding some more next week, once my last 2 rolls of film come back. I'm sure there are going to be a few images that could do with a little digital magic.....