I experimented so much I lost track of what I was doing. I know that using the filter film grain before & after healing brush, patch tool & clone stamp helped get rid of some the blotchiness. Also used layers to add some color.
You did a wonderful job on the face and hair. I would have liked to have seen what you could have done with the background, had you an extra 4-5 hours, of course.
lesbones Junior Member
Registered: January 2003 Location: Los Angeles Posts: 3
I like that you kept the original colors to the image. Nice job in smoothing out the face.
I agree with the above posts,but you can put her on a new background in almost no time!build a new one then use the extract filter and stick her on it. viola!(y)
kamduke Junior Member
Registered: April 2002 Location: Wisconsin
Thanks for the comments & tips. Gonna take alittle time this week to try and work on her some more. The orignal backround almost looks like silhouettes of leaves with a bright sun shining in. Will try working on that.
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