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Posted By: Gaelen, 02-09-2008, 10:58 AM

I took this picture at a car show last year and decided today to try and get rid of all the people in the background.

It's not great but I think it turned out pretty good.

What do you guys think?

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02-09-2008, 02:10 PM   #2
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Wow, that would take a long time to cut out the girl and the ar. Somehow it is obvious that the girl did not blend into the background well. I think some sort of ground and adding a bit of curve with different strokes to create a sense of dimention might help
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Nice effort there.

I probably would have tried to keep as much of the ground as possible ... and keep the shadow from the back of her legs too.
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I think it's a great effort and what might work even better is make all of the added background a darker colour. Not 100% black but maybe about 80-90% or so. If you look at the top part the blend is quite good but the bottom has harsher edges showing the edits.

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Thanks Guys,

Gives me some things to work with, Once i get it done i'll put it up again and see how it goes
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I love it Gaelen, very nice effort.

I just answered your PM, I hope that you had a good time on Saturday.
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Or how about leaving the girl and car in colour and greying out all of the background? That may work for you as well.

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def. think a grey background would do wonders for the image, but considering im a bad ps guy....im impressed
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Nice work Gaelen, whatever ever else that you're going to try with the image it needs a little space above the model.

Take care, Heinrich
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ok guys, here's another try, what do you think?

by the way I have no idea what im doing
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