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Grandpa Bennie anit "moire"

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summertimerules


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Registered: July 2002
Location: PA
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Hi...this is my first submission. I have worked on other challeneges (older ones) that I don't have descriptions for, thus why I never submitted them. I have just been learning, practicing and having tons of fun!

I am using PS7.

-changed image to cmyk
-horizontally flipped the image
-played with the curves until I liked what I saw.
-cloned at the "moire" (a new word for me) as well as cut sections of the image out, pasted and then merged the new layers.
-masked the man out so I could lighten him up seperately.
-dodged his face
-copied left eye to make right eye more noticeable.

One thing I wanted to do, which I couldn't do...was to make the image sharper...clearer.

Oh well that is it...until next time
· Date: 7/30/2002 · Views: 7072 · Filesize: 100.1kb · Dimensions: 336 x 500 ·
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summertimerules
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Registered: July 2002
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7/30/2002 7:38pm

hmmm...what did I do wrong??

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Ed_L

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Registered: August 2001
Location: northwest Indiana, about 45 minutes from Chicago, IL
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7/30/2002 10:01pm

What kind of file did you send, and what is the size of it?

Ed

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Doug Nelson

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Registered: August 2001
Posts: 7,068
7/31/2002 12:00am

You uploaded a CMYK jpg file. Web browsers can't display CMYK.

I don't know why, but this is the third one of these I've seen in a week.

It's also smaller than specified.

Anyway, good job overall. Still some lines evident, and a pattern at the bottom (clone tracks?)

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foreigner

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Registered: July 2002
Location: Sydney
7/31/2002 6:53am

yes, descriptions, my nightmare, sometimes I don't know what I did I understand you
if you just save image (which is in cmyk mode) as .jpg it will stay in cmyk, but if you save for web, it will change mode to rgb
good job, it is very difficult to remove moire, glad you had fun
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Flora

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Registered: March 2002
Location: Milan, Italy
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7/31/2002 4:00pm

Hi summertimerules!

given the difficulty of this particular challenge....I think you did quite a good job!!
The only point I would make, though, are the very obvious Clone Tool trails.....

Ciao, ciao!

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DJ Dubovsky

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Registered: August 2001
Location: Upper Penninsula of Michigan
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7/31/2002 10:58pm

Hey, looks like you're off to a great start in the challenges. Congrats on an excellent job for what is a very difficult challenge. Keep them coming.
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Ed_L

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8/2/2002 10:33pm

I like the looks of it. It looks like an old poster. The sure giveaway is the clone tracks, as has been addressed. If you have problems with that on a regular basis, I'm pretty sure there is a tutorial covering cloning. Other than that, very good effort.

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dwdraw
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Registered: February 2003
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3/11/2003 7:36pm

The picture looks good except were you can see the clone trails, at bottom in dark area. But still a nice piece of work overall.

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