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Old 03-05-2013   #11
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Nice work and excellent masking.....

What process did you use for the mask please and/or was it one of the making applications that are available?

It is excellent work.

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Old 03-05-2013   #12
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Hi Ray

All what I done was took a layer painted it a color and gave it a texture, changed the opacity so that the photo shows through without loosing the overlay
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Old 03-05-2013   #13
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Nice one.....saves messing with a complex mask....like it

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Old 03-05-2013   #14
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Thanks Ray I just look for the quickest and easiest way to do my editing
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Old 03-18-2013   #15
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Thank you Ed, it just seems difficult to get response from people on photo camel
It does seem that way but there is just such a wealth of images and information on the site that I can spend hours just exploring, jumping from thread to thread, and forgetting where I started. I am very appreciative when someone takes the time to comment on my posts and look forward to reading each one. Apparently, other members feel the same way. I will try to make more comments on the threads I visit.

I really like your edit here! You have what I lack...an artistic imagination. I would love to be able to take a shot and envision such a detailed edit.
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Old 03-18-2013   #16
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This is what I done for a friend just for the fun of it and to show some people that it is posible to do it without a bluescreen
I like the original picture. I almost like the original better than the modification because in image #2 the background distracts somewhat from the image.
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Old 03-18-2013   #17
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Looks like that worked out well. But I'm still unclear on your method for separating out the blowing hair details from the background. I understand layers and opacity, but didn't you still have to mask things out? Otherwise I don't understand how you got the subject separated from the trees and grass etc. in the background of the original photo? Thanks - Dave
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Looks like that worked out well. But I'm still unclear on your method for separating out the blowing hair details from the background. I understand layers and opacity, but didn't you still have to mask things out? Otherwise I don't understand how you got the subject separated from the trees and grass etc. in the background of the original photo? Thanks - Dave

Hi Dave

Yes I had to mask out some things, but it helps if you use refine edge and know how it works.

It just takes alot of time and effort to do it and get it right, I was only happy after about the 3rd attempt.
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Very cool!


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