Frankly i think that was a moving taxi right? If it is, you probably released the shutter 5 sec too early
Well you can use the clone tool but apprently whats after the taxi is not a plain back ground so you would probably go thru alot of trouble and results would not be ideal too....
Of course you can cut out images using PS software but.... kinda hard to explain how to....
Personal comments looking at your pic, your pic seems to be OOF which i personally feel that you should re-take if possible instead of saving it. Thats based on me not knowing what constrains you have....
change storyline gua....
Upon arriving, she paid her fare, step off the taxi, turn around and i can see how excited she is when she saw my face~~
if your talking about editing it digitally ....yes thru photoshop (or any capable software)...a series of cloning will do
crop off the taxi?
hmm.. hope u dun mind.. i've tried cloning and healing it off..
but i'm nub at PP tho.. trying to get more practice of these kind!!
P.S. sorry if i did a really bad job..
Last edited by Diluted; 14th September 2010 at 03:12 PM.
Not that hard to do la... just need more patience.
BTW TS, i suggest you reshoot. Look at the fence and how it is 'entering' the head of your model. Not very pleasing.
The way around this issue, reposition the model or yourself to get a different perspective,
or blur out the background more for more separation
Last edited by daredevil123; 15th September 2010 at 08:57 AM.
i feel that with the taxi at the background gives you a better story to tell . . .
and you may not get back that feel and look from her too.
i agreed with the senior that it is oof . . .
Shot more cos digital is FREE !!!
You can download the CS5 trial from adobe and test it for 30 days
Here's a link to show you the power of Photoshop CS5 http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-...-cs5-features/
BTW I used your pic to sharpen my skill in photoshop, hope you like it
Edit: Road touch up a bit
Last edited by maldito; 15th September 2010 at 11:52 AM.