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MargaretM - Goat - Sharper Image

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MargaretM


Senior Member

Registered: October 2004
Location: Largo, Fl
Posts: 282
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Uploaded wrong image - whoops. Here goes again.
Tried to run through Neat Image but lost too much detail.
So
· Changed to Grayscale using Channel Mixture
· Levels adjustment with overlay.
· Ran dust and scratches then masked and painted out faces, goat clothes – subject matter.
· Cloned imperfections and used dodge on goat’s legs to highlight.
· Softened little girl in black with dodge so she was blended in with other kids.
· Added sepia layer to preserve the vintage aura of the picture.
· Date: 3/7/2005 · Views: 5984 · Filesize: 197.9kb · Dimensions: 550 x 394 ·
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Matt Roberts

Junior Member

Registered: December 2002
Location: Australia
3/12/2005 8:45am

Fine work Margaret,
I like Neat Image but it was useless on this image.
You have done a great job making it look sharper.
Sepia seems right for this photo.

Matt
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MargaretM
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Registered: October 2004
Location: Largo, Fl
Posts: 282
3/15/2005 9:34am

Thanks Matt. I agree about Neat Image - can be very useful but not on this one.
Margaret.
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