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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    Heres a recent one, shot in my dorm room here at school, for school paper on a last minute notice that they needed a pic for an article on gun control.
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    Re: The photoshopped thread!



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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    One of my favorites.

    Sorry they are so large ..I dont know how to post them smaller

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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    Had alot of fun with some lightning the other day

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    Lightbulb Re: The photoshopped thread!

    Quote Originally Posted by Alison

    #1 Basically put a new white layer over the picture and change the oapcity to your liking. (Maybe 75%?)

    #2 Then grab your eraser at different opacities.
    On my image the eyes were maybe 75% the lips at 33%, the hair 10%, the Iris' and pupil's a little darker maybe 90%
    Leave the edges white creating a vigniette.

    #3 Use the Marquee tool, doesn't matter whether it's rectangle or circular, click and drag this around the image but not too far in. Right click and select inverse.

    #4 Right click and fill with white. This just ensures that the edges of the picture are an even white.

    #5 Now go to filter > blur > gaussian blur (you can use another blur filter if you don't have gaussian).
    Alison,
    I want to thank you for explaining this effect! I had this photo of my wife that was OK but nothing wonderful. I wasn't sure how to make it better until I saw this thread, and your post. I don't have the technique down as well as you, but I'm very pleased with the results for a first try! Thanks again.

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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    I don't have a Before image for this one on this computer to post, but I have an After shot.


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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    Quote Originally Posted by jetrim
    Alison,
    I want to thank you for explaining this effect! I had this photo of my wife that was OK but nothing wonderful. I wasn't sure how to make it better until I saw this thread, and your post. I don't have the technique down as well as you, but I'm very pleased with the results for a first try! Thanks again.
    You are very welcome!

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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    My attempt at Photoshop. The day I went out to get this the sky was bad but the flowers were in bloom. I had a choice to wait for a better sky and hope the flowers would still be there or get the flowers and work with the sky later. With this attempt I had some help and I am pleased with the results, Jeff
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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    Before & After

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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    before & after. One of my pride & joys!
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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    This thread is three years old, but I see no reason we can't pile on. Here is an example of my typical post processing for an important image (i.e. competition). - TF



    The photoshopped thread!-img_3810.jpg




    The photoshopped thread!-img_3810_edited-3.jpg
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    Re: The photoshopped thread!

    Brent that one cracks me up. I did something similar but not so drastic with a shot of my sister-in-law once. She wasn't appreciative.
    Keep Shooting!

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