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  • G. Couch
    replied to Just saying "Hi" to my friends
    Hey Ed! I have been pretty silent on RetouchPro for a while as well...hopefully I'll chime in a bit more as well!
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  • G. Couch
    replied to Time-travel movies
    Just rent a bunch of Dr. Who DVDs...
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  • G. Couch
    replied to Photoshop book question
    Skip it...probably would not even bother glancing at it!
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  • Sounds great! ...will have to try it this weekend. I might substitute the jalapeno with some mild green chilies and the lemon with lime.

    Good point on cooking the fish a bit rare...especially Salmon.
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  • G. Couch
    replied to Scanner settings?
    It all depends on what you are scanning and what the scan will be used for. Most prints are not going to contain much more info than what you would get from a 300 dpi scan...a newspaper or magazine image would have even less. If you are scanning transparent film however, you will need to scan at much...
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  • G. Couch
    replied to How did I do this?
    Pretty sure the "polar coordinates" filter played a big part...not sure on the rest. I came up with something that looks equally drug induced! ...
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    Last edited by G. Couch; 06-23-2004, 07:32 PM.

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  • G. Couch
    replied to Another try
    The original photo appears to be a nice portrait...not sure what else was done besides simply applying a filter. The black border around the image does not work for me...just does not fit the image.
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  • G. Couch
    replied to Ratio of Men to Women
    Not sure why it is (perhaps there are not more men here...just that men are more willing to answer an online poll! ) ...it would be interesting to know how men and women differ in the manner they approach a restoration or retouching job....
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    Last edited by G. Couch; 06-13-2004, 04:30 PM.

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  • Well, I suppose streamlining does not have to mean cutting things...just organizing them in a better manner perhaps. I'd like to see the many aspects of the site better integrated at some point...that's more an issue of money, and programming than anything. It would be nice to have a dynamic frontpage...
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  • Oddly enough, I tend to agree with what Vikki said (oddly, considering that art is what I went to college for and what I spend an inordinate amount of my free time doing...when not mountain biking! ). Seriously, if the goal is to build the site into an "ebay" for photo work, I would...
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  • I'd pay for a sponsorship...all I would ask is that you keep any sort of contest simple. There are currently so many challenges and sections to this site that it overwhelms at times...it's great that everyone has their own little niche but if you are planning on some sort of "pro" level monthly...
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  • G. Couch
    replied to What books to Own?
    Lots of good book reviews on this very site - http://www.retouchpro.com/reviews/index.php

    If you are going to be doing your own printing, I'd highly recomend "Mastering Digital Printing" by Harald Johnson.
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  • G. Couch
    replied to The pictures from Iraq
    Someone correct me if I am wrong...but I recall reading a story that mentioned Colin Powell was very much against the current Iraq policy and that he and Dick Cheney are barely on speaking terms as a result...Interesting that the opinion of Powell, the person in the Bush administration with the most...
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  • G. Couch
    replied to How Am I Doin'
    The mask around the hair and left side of the face is a bit harsh...I'd work on smoothing that out a bit. I can also see a faint oval above her head from the mask.

    The two things I would really focus on are the light source and skin tones. You did a nice job smoothing out the skin but...
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  • G. Couch
    replied to Walgreens photo restoration
    I'm just going to create a photo restoration vending machine...slide your photo in and get a restored version in under 2 minutes! It would not be that hard to create a machine that could do a few automated scratch removals and levels adjustments...put a few machines in the mall and people would love...
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