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  • Brinse
    replied to Fragmented picture
    Re: Fragmented picture

    Craig, Mike and Murray....thanks for the tips. I'll start in the morning!

    Best regards,

    Brinse
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  • Brinse
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    Thanks Craig for such a quick reply. I wanted to put the whole pic on the scanner, but it's about an inch short on all four sides. I guess I'll just experiment first with shooting it with the camera then scanning all individual pieces.

    Thanks again...
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  • Brinse
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    Fragmented picture

    Hello,
    I have a 80+/- year old photograph of my neighbor that is fragmented into four pieces. Total appx. size of the photo pieced together is roughly 10in wide and 14in high. The pic is in pretty good shape surface wise. Wondering if I should try to scan each piece individually then stitch...
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  • Brinse
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    Thanks for the tips, Lasa. I agree that not having total control of the image is not very good.

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  • Brinse
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    Please excuse me... Lasa.
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  • Brinse
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    Thanks Lisa,

    It's the one that does alter the facial characteristics and smooth the skin. The skin smoothing aspect I like but not too wild on altering one's face -shape. I'll check out your recommendations!
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    Portrait Professionals

    I'm new to RetouchPro and find it very informative. I shoot weddings and portraits and post process with Photoshop Elements 5.0. I am wanting to "graduate" to something like Portrait Professional to more easily adjust skin tones, etc. I have the trial version of PP and it seems to work...
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