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Old 02-11-2009, 07:48 AM
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Re: The mirrored floor...

Thanks all.. I managed to do it with the liquify.. it's passable. Not what I wanted but that's ok. I'll probably just reshoot it.
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Old 03-03-2009, 06:17 AM
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Smile Re: The mirrored floor...

Hmmm, i had a similar problem a few days ago and disn't have a clue how to do a reflection so made a selection of the subject which was on a white background originally and switched on "transform" in CS3 reversed it so it was upside down and the right way around and stretched and squashed it until it looked right then added layers to make a new background with gradient overlay etc... just an idea here's the result.

Ps... also trying the plugin "flood filter" by flaming pear tuned for smooth surface might do the trick,
regards, Gary
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