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    Zerstorer, appreciate if you can list your workflow here on how you achieve that effect? Thanks!

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    and to end what i started off with, my own contribution...which i was really lazy to upload. .entirely PSed of course.
    Last edited by Castlesinthesky; 26th December 2003 at 09:58 PM.

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    Ehh, don't mean to offend, but i think you blurred the face a bit too much, too obvious. Still feel Zerstorer did a better job in making the porcelain effect...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson
    Ehh, don't mean to offend, but i think you blurred the face a bit too much, too obvious. Still feel Zerstorer did a better job in making the porcelain effect...

    uh, what's there to offend about? we're all learning all the time/=)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson
    Zerstorer, appreciate if you can list your workflow here on how you achieve that effect? Thanks!
    Actually I gave the answer long ago.
    I merely used Neatimage at default settings to recreate the exact same effect that Castlesinthesky wanted in the first post.

    I think moonman26 did the same, but using reduced settings so that the effect isn't so strong for a more natural result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerstorer
    Actually I gave the answer long ago.
    I merely used Neatimage at default settings to recreate the exact same effect that Castlesinthesky wanted in the first post.

    I think moonman26 did the same, but using reduced settings so that the effect isn't so strong for a more natural result.

    This is still difficult for PS newbie. where is the manu entry for "Neatimage"? Sorry, I am a bit slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cd.
    This is still difficult for PS newbie. where is the manu entry for "Neatimage"? Sorry, I am a bit slow.
    It's not PS, it's another app... www.neatimage.com

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    Yap used neat image
    very useful program.. always used it to make my face smoother in pictures
    But mainly used to reduce noise in digital photos

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