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tooquilos



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Registered: November 2007
Location: Sydney, Australia
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This is my first entry to the forum. How I achieved the end result was by lots of cloning, healing brush, patch tool and rebuilding the wall.

Painting on part of the background.

Running various sharpening and gaussian blur filters.
· Date: 2/26/2008 · Views: 4311 · Filesize: 23.6kb, 167.4kb · Dimensions: 2500 x 1681 ·
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jdub
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Registered: February 2008
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2/28/2008 4:20pm

I like the contrast and color moves you made. Much better than mine.

You may want to look at the perspective of the new wall on the left. The lines in the siding and the bottom need to run at more of an angle like the front of the porch.

All in all, light years ahead of the original. Good work.
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womanmarine

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Registered: January 2008
Location: North Carolina
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2/28/2008 10:32pm

I can't tell you how grateful I am for your attempt. It is much better than the dozen I have tried!! You have given me some good hints and ideas as to how I can try to proceed.

Thanks!!
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tooquilos

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Registered: November 2007
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2/29/2008 1:18am

Thank you Jdub. I spent so long looking at that wall because I could tell that something was amiss but couldnt figure it out. Over the weekend, I will rectify that problem. Thank you once again for pointing it out.

Womanmarine...Youre welcome. I really enjoyed restoring it.
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pieohpah

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Registered: July 2006
Location: Sweden
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2/29/2008 2:21am

Nicely done!
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