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Old 11-09-2006, 09:30 AM
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Re: Extensis Mask Pro

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Originally Posted by Dm_Cher
Try to use ImageSkill masking products

ImageSkill developed 2 Photoshop-compatible plug-ins for extraction of opaque and translucent objects (fur, smoke, glass, haze, wool etc). Using our products you can make a result that is unavailable with other masking programs - Adobe Magic Extractor, Corel Knock-Out, Microsoft Expression and so on. You do not need accurately draw out an object. Mark object area and press Apply.

Features at glance
• Ability to cut translucent objects like glass, fog, smoke, fur etc
• Color unmixing for background replacing
• There are tools for debris removing and holes filling within received mask
• You can switch between original image and result one and preview the extracted object against a colored matte background for result checking.
• 16-bit mode support

Translucator is a shareware, free 30 days/uses fully functional demo version you can download online: Download Translucator

Product page: http://www.imageskill.com/translucat...nslucator.html
User’s Manual (in PDF): http://www.imageskill.com/translucator/tr_manual.pdf


Background Remover is a shareware, demo version you can download online: Download Background Remover

Product page: http://www.imageskill.com/backgroundremover/backgroundremover.html


Thanks,
Dmitry
Thanks Dmitry,
I'll be checking those links.
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Old 11-09-2006, 10:08 AM
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Re: Extensis Mask Pro

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I got the file with no problem.

The extraction with Mask Pro looks good. The only thing I would do is make a selection of the left and right side of the bride's veil (where there is some color remaining from what appears to be the former background) and do a Hue/Saturation adjustment to lighten up the veil and remove the influence of those colors.
Thanks again for help, but unfortunately it doesn't work for me. I have tried dozens of times. Now i am so pissed off that i feel i want to kick that computer in the a$$... I still get result just as shown previously:
http://www.retouchpro.com/forums/138033-post15.html
I still feel there is some trick that both of us missed though... some small setting, some really small setup thing...
If you and i have used completely same settings why can't i get the exactly same result... and get a totally different thing? Very weird... Do you at least have any idea what could be set different in my photoshop/mask pro? Why am i getting those white spots from from mask pro? How can i use them in proper way? What is the right way to apply the mask?
God, i feel i didn't get e clue from all this attempts...
Sorry to disappoint and Thanks.

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