[b][/b]I have an image/photograph (say an old photograph which was again photographed with a digital camera) against a background which was removed so that the background does not detract from the photograph.
The original had rounded corners and I achieved a semblance of rounding with lasso tool and the background of rounded corners is now white; but the original square corners are visible as straight lines meeting at corners.
I want to remove the lines (with the clone tool, say) and make the background white, but I am not able to use the white of the background and there is no white in the photograph. Is there a way to clone from another photograph which has white in it.
I tried posting a corner of the photo, but could'nt. (I will search for the way separately)
OS Ubuntu 12.4; Gimp version - as with 12.04