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Old 08-20-2005, 09:23 PM
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Wow! Dave that site is awesome. I am soaking up the info now

Yeah I tend to get busy sometimes and can't get online much. But right now I have a few months before I get busy again so I am going to immerse myself into the world of Photoshop. The more I learn, the more excited I become about photos, digital art and things like that. I recently started to experiment with Fractal art, and that is a wild world as well.

Thanks again for you insight and tips. I just PM'd ya about that Frappacino!
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Old 08-21-2005, 12:50 AM
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very cool. caitlin; hadnt thought of that. now, following duv's thirds rule, move her or the props so that it's framed by the thirds rule. also, you might reduce the size of the props to reduce emphasis.

Craig
ok - 3rds! ish... (though I thought the pop screen looked a bit dopey smaller....) I did make the mic smaller and soft focus though.
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Old 08-21-2005, 01:14 AM
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Well, I got carried away. Thew everything I could think of at it.

Not entirely satisfied. The lips need work, etc.

Doubt if I could recreate some of the effects, I've forgotten already some of the things I did.

Larry
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Old 08-21-2005, 01:53 AM
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natalie,
addictive, isnt it

caitlin,
better. i'm a little surprised at the reluctance to make the pop thing smaller. it dominates too much in my eye, especially being moved in tighter. i do like your overall idea of keeping the studio props, but they shld be secondary. that pop screen just takes up too much space.

larry,
moody. nice.

Craig
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