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15/01/2010 - 7:42 PM
It took only a few minutes to do my up load, it takes time to do it really well, there is no problem if you can work on the copy of the original keeping the first shot as your template, copying fine hairs is no problem you need just to expand the picture and use the tools in PS when they look like going round tree trunks! I have spent that time and to the shot I have included my own hairs added by the clone tool! -Please e-mail me if you need any instructions as they may take too much time on here - regards Paul
15/01/2010 - 1:36 PM
I agree with most said above but the wonders of the programmes we now have allow to cheat in so many ways, I have uploaded my change included are the eye's I believe make a difference, using the copy tool I placed circular dark brown copied areas (1 in both eyes and the did it again using the black colour in the shot, after which a clone of the top of the eyebrow hair brought over theeye edition helps to falsify it. I also increased the total saturation of the shots colour to give impact... Hope you like, regards Paul
15/01/2010 - 1:19 PM
In order to eliminate the cane, use the clone tool, and target the green leaves with the circle(the size is decided by the brush size listed in the second row down top left. When you have found an appropriate size, place the circle on the leaf chosen to copy and hit the ALT key on your keyboard this is what will copy, and it moves as you target the picture it will keep the distance between your first copy instuction to the target area, so we need to change it often as we might move in on another object that we dont wish to copy, now put the circle where you want to change the shot and click LH it will alter immediately (it needs a little practice but you will get there) you will see how it reacts between target chosen and place to adjust -Paul
14/01/2010 - 8:54 PM
11/01/2010 - 11:55 AM
It's a small downloadable sized image - hard to adjust too much, in any case you have done a good enough job here, the speed is clearly seen, and there is a sharp front to focus the eye on, one point I find useful is that when someone is moving, its good that they have room in the shot to move into, yours is flying off out of the shot with no where to go, that is the only advice i would say think about, otherwise nothing too much to adjust - regards Paul
10/01/2010 - 9:12 PM