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Old 02-07-2007   #1
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I was so focused on getting the shot of the first dance that I didn's see the DJ sneak into the frame to take pics for his own album.* Rats.* I liked the picture, but not with a mini-person growing out of their arms, and you don't get another shot at taking a first dance picture* .



The cloning tool is my best friend.* It helped me get rid of the unwanted guest, the disjointed thumb, the speaker box behind the groom's head, and soften the harsh side shadows.* What's left is the* lovely couple who only have eyes for each other.


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Good shot and nice work on the 2nd.
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Well done what program was this? ps2 or others easy learning curve.
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Well done what program was this? ps2 or others easy learning curve.
I used Photoshop CS2, but it could have been done the same way with Photoshop 7 or Photoshop Elements.
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Nice work. Now for the trick question. Our wedding photographer took a shot of the Bride and Brides Maids. Except that he included two Nieces in the shot. Only they were NOT in the wedding. He neglected to take the shot without the two girls. How do I get them out of the picture? They are in the front (of course). That would involve a lot of intricate photoshop work. And we can't retake the photo. It was ten years ago this September (and yes, I am still pissed about it every time I see it).

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Let's see it, KJ....cheers...Bob
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Ah, Frank.....but how is the poor Groom ever going to manage without his poor thumb? And then, He's also got that black fungus growing on his left wrist too. Bob
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Ah, Frank.....but how is the poor Groom ever going to manage without his poor thumb? And then, He's also got that black fungus growing on his left wrist too. Bob
I chuckled loudly at that. But thats mainly because I know the frustration of the clone stamp =)
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Hey, anyone notice that the shadow behind the bride's back is gone also?
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Great job!


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