Deep in a shady mixed woodland in the Dolomites we found several glorious clumps of Cypripedium calceolus. Most of the flower heads were rather randomly orientated, there was not much we could do about that without excessive gardening, however, Photoshop has dealt well with the peripheral blooms that were ‘photobombing’ the shot. Content aware fill in CS6 is a very simple way to eliminate unwanted intrusions in this kind of image.
This is how the top left corner of the shot looked before Photoshop you can see parts of three different flowers intruding into the frame.
The process is as simple as roughly selecting each intrusion in turn with the lasso tool then edit/fill/content aware and let the defaults work their magic. Even the lower flower of the three that overlaps a leaf was removed very effectively with no trace.