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righthanddesign



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Registered: February 2003
Location: nashville TN
Posts: 12
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Again I try and make my touch ups non recognizable. I tried to get this back to looking like a nice wedding photo. I hope I helped.
· Date: 2/9/2003 · Views: 7054 · Filesize: 28.8kb, 96.6kb · Dimensions: 975 x 700 ·
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CJ Swartz

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Registered: September 2001
Location: Metro Phoenix area, Arizona
Posts: 3,345
3/1/2003 9:08pm

Skin tones look good, but the moire is still noticeable -- but then it is in mine also.

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lkroll

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Registered: January 2005
Location: Alabama
Posts: 4,746
2/20/2005 12:44am

With a little more cloning, and maybe lowering the red a bit, this one has the greatest potential of all that I've seen. You must have spent some time cleaning up the wall (leaving to realistic). I was exploring various methods to no avail. I thing the only way of ridding the moire is smudgeing and cloneing. A lot of work for little reward.

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