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mhkitty8880



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Registered: August 2006
Location: Texas
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Phew, that was lots of green! Good thing that's my favorite color! Wow, that was a lot of cloning in the grass. The sky, I bucket-filled gradient, opacity to like... 50, or something like that. The trees, grass, dress, skin, shoes, some cows, ets... I colorized, after I made the image b&w and 16 mill. I was going to make the biggest cow on the right like purple or something, but thought I'd keep it more lifelife... This time! Mwa-ha-ha! I'm loving colorizing old photos. I just learned how to do that this week, so bear with me while I play! I'd love any cool ideas for future resstorations, if anybody has any! Love, Meg
Date: 8/30/2006 Views: 4345 Filesize: 69.8kb, 184.5kb Dimensions: 800 x 816
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Matt Roberts

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Registered: December 2002
Location: Australia
9/3/2006 7:33am

Meg, Fine work on this very tough restoration.
It was grainy, blurred and areas were blown out.
I'm glad you didn't do any purple cows.

This restoration brings back bad memories for me.
I spent 3 hours on this and made an awful mess of it.

One suggestion Meg - One of her arms is blown out
while the other arm is in good condition.
If you were to select the good arm - copy - paste.
Then use free transform to flip horizontal and nudge into position.
I think it would make an improvement.

Matt
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mhkitty8880

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Registered: August 2006
Location: Texas
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9/4/2006 2:58pm

Hi Matt! Thanks for the great advice. Next time I take on a challenge with an issue like that, I'll try that. (If I can figure it out. I'm a newbie. Heehee.) Thanks again!! -Meg

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