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philbach



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Registered: March 2003
Location: Belgium, Wi
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I selected the flower and chopped off about 5 pixels on the circumference. I also used the Liquify/shift pixels photoshop filter to sharpen the petal edges
· Date: 5/19/2003 · Views: 4711 · Filesize: 28.1kb, 37.7kb · Dimensions: 1008 x 756 ·
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ArtistColumbus

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Registered: February 2003
Location: Blacklick, Ohio (Eastside suburb of Columbus)
Posts: 80
5/19/2003 8:59am

Phil,
Great job at getting a crisp image. My only criticism would be that the photo still has too much of a green cast to it. But still -- great job!

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eightlegs79

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Registered: April 2003
Location: Montevallo, AL
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5/19/2003 10:39am

That's an interesting way to do it-- chopping off the blurry parts. I'll have to try that. It does have a greenish cast, but otherwise great.
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philbach

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5/19/2003 1:11pm

Thank you for your comments. I got so carried away with the liquify business that I forgot about the cast.

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Flora

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Registered: March 2002
Location: Milan, Italy
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5/19/2003 1:14pm

I agree with everybody about the green cast .. otherwise, great job and very interesting way of sharpening an image! ...

I often use the Liquify Filter but had never tried it for sharpening ... Thank you for the tip!!!

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Mike Needham

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Registered: April 2002
Posts: 542
5/28/2003 12:32pm

It amazes me that you can give the same photo to so many people and no one member uses the same technique.

Never thought of the liquify tool for this challenge, but it has worked out well.
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