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  • Re: Fixing Perspective in this image

    Thanks guys - they all look considerably better. Juergen - looking at it now it does seem to be the floor causing the major issue. I had a crack at selecting the floor and using the lens correction tool but it didnt work. What did you use on the...
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  • jasosmith
    started a topic Fixing Perspective in this image

    Fixing Perspective in this image

    I took this image using HDR at my friends holiday house. I am pretty happy with the image other that the perspective. I have tried using the Crop (Perspective) tool and the Distort (Lens Correction) filter to straighten this image out but cant get it to look right. The wall cabinets at the rear of...
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  • Re: Removing unwanted objects from background

    Thats a great job. Just to clarify - did you start from scratch using the patch tool. I found I had to do it in small chunks as you run out of destination space to drag the selection to. What settings / brush size did you use on the healing...
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  • Removing unwanted objects from background

    I spent quite a while tonight on the top image trying to remove the two poles. No matter what I tried I still have some tell tale marks in the sky. I was wondering whether any of you have some different techniques for removing unwanted objects. In this image I tried then patch tool and healing brush...
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  • Re: Advice on retouching badly damaged photo?

    Alison
    What size brush do you use for painting the background. I am using around 200 pixel size. Do you use any particular brush stroke (full length / up down etc). The Healing Brush does a fair job of getting rid of the dimpled background...
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  • Re: Advice on retouching badly damaged photo?

    Thanks guys for your help - I am also going to try making a digital photograph of the image with a diffuse light source as set out in Katrins book to see if I can get rid of some of that terrible reflection.
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  • Re: Advice on retouching badly damaged photo?

    Thanks guys - that gives me some direction. Alison - where did you find the 'Kraft Paper' in Photoshop. Could you expand a little on what you did with the background. Cheers
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  • Advice on retouching badly damaged photo?

    Hi Guys - I am trying to restore this photo for my fiancees uncles Birthday this weekend. The biggest problem I see is the large shiny grainy chunks all over it. I took information from the red channell of the initial scan as it seemd to have the least problems. There doesnt seem to be any real areas...
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  • jasosmith
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    Re: Fixing Focus from narrow DOF?

    Printmeister - thats looks pretty good to me. Thanks
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  • jasosmith
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    Re: Fixing Focus from narrow DOF?

    Thanks guys - some good attempts - I didnt mean to save it as a GIF - duh....I have upped the resolution a little now - cheers...
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  • jasosmith
    started a topic Fixing Focus from narrow DOF?

    Fixing Focus from narrow DOF?

    Hi guys - I shot this today with a 200mm lens on Shutter priority as the parade was moving. As the light was quite dull my lens has opened right up to around F2.8 resulting in very narrow depth of field. My friends father on the left is relatively sharp whilst my friend is blurred.

    Can...
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  • jasosmith
    started a topic Getting White Balance Right?

    Getting White Balance Right?

    Maybe not so much a retouching thread - but a critical issue in post production work.

    I shoot RAW and come processing time there are some images that I find very difficult to attain the right white balance. In this instance I started by clicking an area of the dress - but its still not...
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  • Re: Adding Drama to Backyard Cricket?

    Thanks guys - some great ideas.

    Exclam - love the match background.....particularly impressed that you came up with that from the US.....

    And for the Cricket Critics....at least our World Series (Cricket) involves other...
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  • Re: Adding Drama to Backyard Cricket?

    Gary - now we have lost Warney and McGrath the Barmy Army may stand a chance of getting the ashes back.....cheers
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  • Re: Adding Drama to Backyard Cricket?

    I like it - I was thinking along a different line but I think my Nephew would love something like this.....

    Cass - you have obviously used some type of motion blur on the ball. Can you elaborate.....
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