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    Well , Adzz this what i can do a basic simple & quick touching up of ur image.....though not so finely edit.....
    PS 7 was used.



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    Quote Originally Posted by zerofour


    is this wat u wan?
    Link seems to be down...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyder_Web
    Well , Adzz this what i can do a basic simple & quick touching up of ur image.....though not so finely edit.....
    PS 7 was used.



    something like this. I am looking for a very finely edited image, preserving much of the details. i wonder if it's easy to tweak in JPG mode.

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    that was just a quick one.....i just edit it.....this morning....usually i took hours to just edit finely ..... i have been editting jpeg most of the time........seldom use raw, unless i need to...
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    How about a quicker one does it 15 mins ago ;D.... of course with more background I can do a better job ... but for the time being .... 15mins job is like that


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    its a nice attempt. I just played with the extract tool. Seems good. Might try it later too.

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    do a little feathering for the edges will make the image smoother... and doesn't seem paste on

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerofour
    oh, quoted "You do not have permission to get the requested URL from this server". strange...

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    just curious.
    If you are using flash against a shiny background that will reflect the flash light much like the picture shown here, how do take the picture so that these shiny shots will not appear?

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    you need to use a soft diffuser on your flash and aim the flash 45degrees at the ceiling to bounce the flash down.

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    if still cannot see http://photos.yahoo.com/zerofourdesign (people album)

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    just playing around. separated her from the background first. was too lazy to try to clone out the hotspot, but there are other things that can be done. left pic uses gradient fill for background, not meant as final image, just to demo the separation of subject from background. the right pic is me messing around with the smudge tool. have to keep the background colour close to original, otherwise the picture will look unnatural/pasted on, no matter how well the extraction was done... last one has a little soft focus effect.

    Last edited by pai; 23rd January 2005 at 09:07 PM.

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    poor gal..... go edited here n there by everyone...
    hee hee
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    hehe. ok la. i cropped halfway, no one should recognize her. anyway, i should have an answer who to contact already.

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    who? who? who is the winner??

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    quick fix . biggest problem is having no place to clone from


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