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Registered: July 2007
Location: Deep in the Heart of Texas
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I wanted to preserve the dreamy, blurry quality of what was left of the original as well as the texture. I've never done a photo the way I did this one. I had a bazillion hue/saturation adjustment and did an awful lot of painting and copy/paste. I'm not happy with the reconstructed leg on the girl on the right but I've reached the point of diminishing returns for effort. I did very little cloning to preserve the texture of the paper and to it keep fuzzy. I started with a stab at sorting what was left of the original contrast and composition, desaturated, and had at it. I finished with the sepia tone.
· Date: 9/1/2007 · Views: 5093 · Filesize: 30.5kb, 196.6kb · Dimensions: 1330 x 2034 ·
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