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11/08/2008 - 11:26 PM
answer to question about background i have ny whole studio painted white and i slighty over expose a little to get it real white and add a bit of contrast if needed to a shot . the whole floors and wall are concret it is a much better way to work i hate backdrops as they crinkle up when people sit on them etc and they never come up white white like this. also if you wish to whiten a background sometimes i lasso tool around my image to brighten it a little further and select inverse then i history brush the subject back to keep it if it happens to get a lttle bright around the edges you could do it with your image above no bother you should try it . when i have4 lasso the image i go to image adjustments and match color and use the luminance tool to brighten sorry for going on but i thought you might like to know but u probaly know all that already.