Last example was of using the object remover in Paintshop Pro. Not real impressed with it. You must have a photo with very distinctive edges for it to really work. Lots of contrast between what you want to keep and what you want to get rid of. With that in mind, it does a fairly good job with wisps of hair. And it is preferable that you duplicate the layer (hiding the bottom) just in case it misses a few areas (like Indy's neck and ears, LOL).