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    Quote Originally Posted by sergmax View Post
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    1) Removing glare from glass
    eg. how to remove the reflection on the left glass and the relfection on his right shoudler?

    this is easy, just cone some back round and patch it up,but you need to DRAW one of his eye, since it is not there.

    Quote Originally Posted by sergmax View Post
    2) Removal of unwanted objects from photos (Not using clone method)
    e.g. how to remove the person on the left and restore the original background?
    this is also easy, just go back and shoot it without the people there and patch it up. or just simply reshoot it agian,


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    3) Color enhancement (Using only Histogram or curves functions)
    e.g. how to enhance the color near the roof top.It is very fade - almost like washout
    this is also easy, using curve adjustment on layer mask with gradual tool.

    uncle jopel is very willing to help you, just pm him.
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    me just try for fun -







    not perfect lah.

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    Must draw arrows so sergmax knows where you 'stole' the boxes from...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jopel View Post
    me just try for fun -

    not perfect lah.
    Hi Jopel, u r a genius!!!yr final result is what i wanted.Able to met up with u to teach mi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by firestone View Post
    Must draw arrows so sergmax knows where you 'stole' the boxes from...lol

    Haha..Managed to find where he borrow from..

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    sorry I don't have a microphone, so no sound.

    When using the marquee tool to select the eye, hold down the space bar so that you can move and readjust the selection.

    the Free tranform is -100% (basically it is to flip the eye horizontally).
    Or you can use - Edit>Tranform>Flip Horizontally

    As for the Feather I use 0.4 for this file size. A larger file will require you to use bigger percentage. No magic number here, you need to eyeball it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jopel View Post
    me just try for fun -







    not perfect lah.
    My respect to you, your skill is fantastic.Well done.

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    this is a quick 5 mins demo, just some quick steps. It can get by cos the image is small.

    it might requires you to go to the same store or a similar store to take some pictures to retouch this image.

    In photography, the most important aspect is to know your cam and capture your image right.

    Ya, no problem we can catch up maybe next weekend. Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prolensdreamer View Post
    My respect to you, your skill is fantastic.Well done.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    this is easy, just cone some back round and patch it up,but you need to DRAW one of his eye, since it is not there.

    this is also easy, just go back and shoot it without the people there and patch it up. or just simply reshoot it agian,

    this is also easy, using curve adjustment on layer mask with gradual tool.

    uncle jopel is very willing to help you, just pm him.
    For 1st picture, how to DRAW one of his eyes?
    For 3rd picture,how i wish i can go back and retake the photos but the shop is located in Tokyo,Arkihabara (hehehe..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergmax View Post
    Hi all, other than using clone, i hear that photoshop has a function that can seperate the image into many different layers.from there,we can delete the unwanted layer and the rest remain the same.have any of u hear that b4?
    u meant image stacking? that can only remove moving object, meaning if u wanted to remove anything that is like eg. pillar, u are unable to, else the image stacking is good to take photos with ppl and converting them into scenery with no ppl. need at least 3 images with the exact framing. need tripod
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    Quote Originally Posted by sergmax View Post
    For 1st picture, how to DRAW one of his eyes?
    For 3rd picture,how i wish i can go back and retake the photos but the shop is located in Tokyo,Arkihabara (hehehe..)
    1st photo, Uncle Jopel is just CLONE his left eye, flip it and paste it over, so if you don't clone it, than have to draw one. luckily the lighting is flat, and it is just like a passport photo, what if this is a side lighting and three quarter face shot?

    3rd photo, Uncle Jopel CLONE the boxes from another part of the photos, if you want to see what acturally being blocked, how?

    removing thing from a photo is easy, the tricky part is how to patch something back and make it look flawless, beside using CLONE, I can't think of anyway, unless go back and reshoot.
    Quote Originally Posted by jopel View Post


    this is a quick 5 mins demo, just some quick steps. It can get by cos the image is small.

    it might requires you to go to the same store or a similar store to take some pictures to retouch this image.

    In photography, the most important aspect is to know your cam and capture your image right.

    Ya, no problem we can catch up maybe next weekend. Cheers!
    can't agree more.
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    I think sergmax meant the photomerge function in CS3, but you need multiple shots to get it done.

    http://www.digitalsecrets.net/secrets/AdobeCS3.html

    Quote Originally Posted by sergmax View Post
    Hi all, other than using clone, i hear that photoshop has a function that can seperate the image into many different layers.from there,we can delete the unwanted layer and the rest remain the same.have any of u hear that b4?

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    Jopel is really good.

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