Is it possible to ‘decode’ a sensored image?

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I recently covered a picture of mine with a really heavy digital stickers with an app called 'LINE photo' and a guy said that he could remove the stickers if he wanted to. Which I said it'd be impossible, but he said he can do it with some kind of program.
Do any of you guys know what kind of program he uses? Or is he just doing a total bluff. The person in the picture is 95% covered. But the background isn't. I know that the question is dumb, but he really convinced me that he could do it. Maybe because I am dumb.//sobs. Please give me enlightenment if you know some programs that might able to do this! Or if he bluffs. Thank you so much!
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  • ToddN2000
    It depends on how they do it. If the give you a code to "remove" it, it might just be another layer over the original image. If you have a graphics editor program like GIMP, Photoshop or some of the other application, you may be able to edit each individual layer and get rid of the so called stickers layer and see the image. I know there are tools out there that can remove copyright watermarks from photos.
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  • carlosdl
    I'm not sure if it can be done, but I would think that "layers" would only exist on the "source" file. Once the final image file is rendered the "layer" concept no longer applies, IMO.
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