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  1. Mehta23

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    So I recently managed to get my hands on some Photoshop goodness , and it's an amazing tool...when in the hands of the right person.

    I'm having trouble in trying to remove some objects of this particular image- it has lots of things behind the persons head , and that big baby holding thing. whatever that's called :p

    Can anyone give guidance on what to do ?

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  2. h4x0rj3ff

    h4x0rj3ff Chemist

    so u want to get rid of the remote and pacifier and the baby holding thing (not really sure what its called ether lol) but keep the flag, blinds, and couch right?
  3. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum Moderator

    Here's what I'd do. Using the polygonal lasso tool ...

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    I'd select the area behind her head tight to the hair but leaving plenty of room around objects (remote/pacifier). I'd then feather the selection (select>modify>feather) by 1 pixel just to soften the hair edge ... hair can be tricky.

    Then I'd use the clone stamp with a soft brush to pick up adjacent tones of the upholstery to "erase" the items within the selection.

    As for the baby carrier (that's what they call those things) I'd just crop it out. That much couch really isn't important to the image.

    My $.02 ... keep the change ;)
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  4. Mehta23

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    Yeah, I think so. But as the post above says, I could easily crop out the sofa.
  5. Mehta23

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    Another thing , I went and took lots of pictures with my JVC Camcorder (actually a 0.2MP) and then realised that everything was grainy.

    Anything that can be done?

    edit: for anyone reading, the mixer brush tool/ camera raw filter work great
  6. Mehta23

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    I'm back :p

    Any idea how (or if it's possible) to move the piece of jewelry on the head here? Just want to try and centre it/ move it slightly to the right.

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  7. Bearsyzf

    Bearsyzf Well-Known Member

    I say look up RicoAndroid , he's usually in the Undead thread :D



    he's the Photoshop King .
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  8. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Bearszy my buddy! Lets get Metha over in the Den! Its feeding time!


    Hey Mehta23. Paste a copy of the pic here or email me a xopy. I tried downloading it from my phone and no go. I can get a copy from my computer and send it back. What you want is easy!


    And hey JEFF!
  9. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Hey Meha23. Did you want the pic in the link with the swirled face updated or one without the swirled face? I got a copy of the swirled and will PM you with the result
  10. Mehta23

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    Does that mean I've been bitten?
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  11. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

  12. Mehta23

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    You weren't joking - he's :censored: brilliant!
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  13. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Hey, thank y0u @Mehta23! Oh just an fyi, the "kind people" over in The Den - Fine Cuisines said "someone " skipped out on Dinner, they said they would like to have you back again.....
  14. sfbloodbrother

    sfbloodbrother Well-Known Member

    I took a Photoshop class in high school only to learn I have no artistic talent.
  15. Mehta23

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    I don't think I do either. It's still a good tool for photo edits (slimming, removing unwanted objects/people/marks etc)
  16. sfbloodbrother

    sfbloodbrother Well-Known Member

    Gimp can do that. I know gimp better than Photoshop and I took a class in Photoshop...
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  17. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Awwe, i bet you are good.
  18. stevealbright

    stevealbright Developer Administrator

    Here is a good summary of what you can do: Adobe Photoshop * Adjusting pixel selections

    I would personally try to manually trace with the pen tool and then once its selected pretty close to perfect I would use Select - Refine Edge to tweak to perfection.
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  19. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    I like that @steve, very good reference!
  20. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    @Mehta23... ever tell you that's one of my fav avatars!

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  21. desktop

    desktop Well-Known Member

    Me and Photoshop have the same DNA. What ya need?
  22. desktop

    desktop Well-Known Member

    If you would like to see some of the artwork I have done I have included some examples in one of my Flickr sets here. I have a folio website, but unfortunately I haven't worked in a while and so I was unable to renew the domain.
  23. Mehta23

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    The best thing is that I actually edited that (added in the background) in Photoshop :p
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