A couple attended a business convention where they had their picture taken with a celebrity. Many years later, their daughter discovered that this was the only remaining photograph of dad and mom.
Here the celebrity was cut from the picture and the couple moved to appear like they had posed for the picture. The convention badges were removed and the red curtain extended to cover the beige post.
When assembling a large family for a picture, there is almost always somebody absent. The best fix is to leave a space for the absent member, take separate picture of them in the same location and at approximately the same time of day. That way the missing person can be later easily inserted in the group picture and it will look like they were actually present.
In this example the child is to be selected and inserted into a picture of her father. The child and the man's arms are positioned to appear a natural pose.