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    Default How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    Hi guys,

    I always use dodge to edit the dog muzzle area.. is this the right way? any other way can advice me?

    my dog muzzle is seriously stain.. so always have to edit this part -___-


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    Default Re: How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    Quote Originally Posted by Haze
    Hi guys,

    I always use dodge to edit the dog muzzle area.. is this the right way? any other way can advice me?

    my dog muzzle is seriously stain.. so always have to edit this part -___-

    edit too much will look like a pig nose than a dog's nose...

    anyway, i think your composition & aperture need to work on abit... if u wan so shallow, i think u focus on the eye instead of the nose lor...
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    Default Re: How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    aiya i said DOG MUZZLE Not NOSE!!!

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    Default Re: How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    Quote Originally Posted by Haze
    Hi guys,

    I always use dodge to edit the dog muzzle area.. is this the right way? any other way can advice me?

    my dog muzzle is seriously stain.. so always have to edit this part -___-


    Actually, its kind of normal for the muzzle to look so for this breed.

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    Default Re: How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    rubber stamp clone tool, mode set to lighten, opecity set to 25%, clon from lighter area and slowly clean up bit by bit.

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    Default Re: How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    rubber stamp clone tool, mode set to lighten, opecity set to 25%, clon from lighter area and slowly clean up bit by bit.
    Hi,

    Thank you will try out tonight.

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    Default Re: How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    Thats your dog. Why need to do any editing? =)

    No choice for dogs with white fur muzzle. Especially schnauzers...ask me. hehhe.

    I think the picture is taken very nicely already. Dont need to do more stuff to it. It already shows the character of the dog except its left ear got cropped out of frame. =)

    Dont edit, its not so bad after all lah. =)

    Good luck!

    Best Regards,
    tltan

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    Default Re: How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    Quote Originally Posted by tltan
    Thats your dog. Why need to do any editing? =)

    No choice for dogs with white fur muzzle. Especially schnauzers...ask me. hehhe.

    I think the picture is taken very nicely already. Dont need to do more stuff to it. It already shows the character of the dog except its left ear got cropped out of frame. =)

    Dont edit, its not so bad after all lah. =)

    Good luck!

    Best Regards,
    tltan
    ya that's my Rascal :P.. errr.. this pic still ok lah no need to edit.. there are a few very serious one.. later when i got home post here u will udnerstand ..

    U got a white shcnauzer? I love White dogs ... white schenauzer, westie .. all i like as long as is white..

    hehe i purposely crop away that part.. because i think i trim that side not nicely.. look like a portion of hair stick out.. so i crop away :P

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    Default Re: How to edit the dog's muzzle area?

    Quote Originally Posted by Haze
    ya that's my Rascal :P.. errr.. this pic still ok lah no need to edit.. there are a few very serious one.. later when i got home post here u will udnerstand ..

    U got a white shcnauzer? I love White dogs ... white schenauzer, westie .. all i like as long as is white..

    hehe i purposely crop away that part.. because i think i trim that side not nicely.. look like a portion of hair stick out.. so i crop away :P
    Serious ones ah...hmmz..then maybe need to lighten a bit.

    Not white schnauzer, its a black and silver turned salt and pepper schnauzer. haha.

    Wet muzzle due to running about, life jacket for swimming. hehe


    haha. No wonder. cant be you took the picture with one ear gone.

    Regards,
    tltan

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