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    Here is a studio background that you can freely use. I painted it myself and although I had to make it a super compressed jpg it still looks fine.

    Gooch
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  • #2
    Thanks, Gooch

    It looks great. If you (or anyone) would like to make a higher-rez version of a background available, check out our Archives for submission details.
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    • #3
      Thanks for your generous contribution Phil. Those types of backgrounds are great to use but I can never seem to get that soft cloudy look to mine.
      DJ

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      • #4
        It is very nice
        I sure will use this. I have some pictures I just took of my family with a busy background and this will be perfect. Will be great practice for me to select/ paste (I sure need practice on this one!)....Thanks for sharing this!

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        • #5
          Keep em comin !, Mr. Photophil bay-bee ! Would it be asking too much to make a version with a 12 jpg compression.

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          • #6
            There have been alot of requests from members to create those types of backgrounds. Maybe you could do a tutorial on creating them.
            DJ

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            • #7
              I have sent a larger version to the archive along with an outdoor fall setting that I use both outdoors or as a digital drop in.
              Both images are out of camera at 22"x33" and can be re-res'd and size to your needs.

              As far as how to make the studio background.. I make all my backgrounds with a air-compressor sprayer with a piece of muslin laid out on my grass. The key is to spray first the bas then starting in the middle start spraying differnt spots.. keep the sprayer about 2 feet from the background. Use about 4-6 different colors and just let them blend together. The studio background was done with the following steps.

              Sprayed the blue/grey back base..
              sprayed lipstik pink in spots, white, lime and powder blue.
              Then I went over the edges with the background paints again.

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              • #8
                That's great Gooch. I'm sure there will be a big use of it. Thanks much.

                Ed

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                • #9
                  I thought you created it in Photoshop. Guess I will have to turn on my compressor if I want to get that cloudy results you got.
                  Thanks for adding the hi-res and the other background. They sure are useful in this type work.
                  DJ

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                  • #10
                    Are all the free backgrounds gone? I can't find em in the archives.

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                    • #11
                      John,

                      Gotta give Doug time to get 'em up there. He's a busy man (at least that's what he says ).

                      Ed

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                      • #12
                        O.K...............God ! My first marriage didn't last this long !

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by DJ Dubovsky
                          I thought you created it in Photoshop. Guess I will have to turn on my compressor if I want to get that cloudy results you got.
                          Here is one that I did in PS with the are (pirate talk) brush.. lots of layers and a render cloud
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                          Last edited by photophil; 01-07-2002, 03:21 PM.

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                          • #14
                            i too, thought #1 was a PS production, they're both fine and eminently usable; thanks Gooch. Gooch is fun to say, too, thanks for that. and your avatar is goochpooch.

                            i almost asked you what are brush is but after i said it a few times i figured it out. duh

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                            • #15
                              One thing the airbrush and PS have showed me is that prior to painting a studio background... I usually redo 6 per year..
                              I can get a feel for it in PS. I have also noticed that with a little practice I should be able to duplicate my studio background effect in PS. I'm still learning for I only have had PS for 3 months.. I use to use corel prior to that.

                              Gooch

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