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The 16th UK South-East "The Cooper Crawley Creche" Thread (All Welcome)

 
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Mar 06, 2013 09:02 |  #6361

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I having a problem in PS at the moment and there is probably a simple solution my spot healing brush doesn't brush anymore it only spots, how do I reset it so it brushes again?
Thanks in advance for the answer if there is one.

Did you fix this? Can't seem to reproduce it no matter what I do to the Spot Healing Brush :confused:


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Mar 06, 2013 10:09 |  #6362

Thanks for the input on the photo I did think the B+W might be a tad dark.

Chris no I've not fixed it and I don't know what caused it at first I thought it was something to do with my Bamboo's pen but it does it with the mouse as well.


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Mar 06, 2013 12:53 |  #6363

Dom have you right clicked on the clone tool option and you then get a couple of options which include spot healing brush tool and the spot healing tool


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Mar 06, 2013 13:01 |  #6364

Rob that looks absolutely terrible


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Mar 06, 2013 13:07 |  #6365

adrian5127 wrote in post #15683930 (external link)
Dom have you right clicked on the clone tool option and you then get a couple of options which include spot healing brush tool and the spot healing tool

Cheers Adrian I just gave that a go but no joy, there must be a way to reset to default but I can't find it.


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Mar 06, 2013 14:34 as a reply to  @ Ronin Silv's post |  #6366

Camera with WiFi and smart phone or tablet :shock: :shock: what an interesting combo ........... been playing with the setting up this eve


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Mar 06, 2013 14:55 |  #6367

I've been using Eye-Fi (external link) SD cards for a couple of years and I find them useful.

They are basically an SD card with built in WiFi capability. I don't use them a great deal but last year I was able to take pictures at Chelsea Flower Show 2012 (external link), with my Canon Powershot SX210, and transfer the pictures directly to my iPhone. I was then able to upload them to FlickR.

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Mar 06, 2013 15:07 |  #6368

Dom, if you hold down Alt, Ctrl, and Shift keys while starting up Photoshop a dialog box will appear asking if you wish to delete the preferences/settings file. This will then reset all tool preferences to default.


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Mar 06, 2013 15:08 |  #6369

Nice makeup work Rob, Had me worried when I scanned down the page :)


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Mar 06, 2013 15:46 as a reply to  @ Bodmin636's post |  #6370

Nanscombe wrote in post #15684440 (external link)
I've been using Eye-Fi (external link) SD cards for a couple of years and I find them useful.

They are basically an SD card with built in WiFi capability. I don't use them a great deal but last year I was able to take pictures at Chelsea Flower Show 2012 (external link), with my Canon Powershot SX210, and transfer the pictures directly to my iPhone. I was then able to upload them to FlickR.

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I daren't think about the money I've spent over the years on technology to try, but fail, to achieve what I can now do with the Eye-Fi card and the iPhone (and Eye-Fi app).


They look interesting tempted to give one a go. Would be great for wedding to get a couple online the same day.


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Mar 06, 2013 16:38 |  #6371

Thanks for the compliments everyone. Sorry for not making it clearer that it wasnt real for anyone who like to just scan the thread. Cant get a better review than that really!
Im looking forward to using the techniques in a shoot - will try and strike a balance between the Hollywood and the realism hopefully.
At the end of the day im just scratching the surface in the skill set - people train for a loong time in this, so im just happy it looks even halfway decent!

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Rob that looks absolutely terrible

haha, Thanks Mat :p


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Mar 07, 2013 00:45 |  #6372

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Thanks for the compliments everyone. Sorry for not making it clearer that it wasnt real for anyone who like to just scan the thread. Cant get a better review than that really!
Im looking forward to using the techniques in a shoot - will try and strike a balance between the Hollywood and the realism hopefully.
At the end of the day im just scratching the surface in the skill set - people train for a loong time in this, so im just happy it looks even halfway decent!

haha, Thanks Mat :p

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Looks great Rob, and with your style of PP on the photos it will look even more realistic.

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Mar 07, 2013 01:54 |  #6373

Bodmin636 wrote in post #15684486 (external link)
Dom, if you hold down Alt, Ctrl, and Shift keys while starting up Photoshop a dialog box will appear asking if you wish to delete the preferences/settings file. This will then reset all tool preferences to default.

Thanks Steve I'll give it a go.


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Mar 07, 2013 02:06 |  #6374

adrian5127 wrote in post #15684635 (external link)
They look interesting tempted to give one a go. Would be great for wedding to get a couple online the same day.

I've used one and they are good if you've got an SD slot. No CF version when I was looking - There is a hack I tried a couple of times with a CF adapter but with no success.


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Mar 07, 2013 02:08 |  #6375

Kaben wrote in post #15684832 (external link)
Thanks for the compliments everyone. Sorry for not making it clearer that it wasnt real for anyone who like to just scan the thread. Cant get a better review than that really!
Im looking forward to using the techniques in a shoot - will try and strike a balance between the Hollywood and the realism hopefully.
At the end of the day im just scratching the surface in the skill set - people train for a loong time in this, so im just happy it looks even halfway decent!

haha, Thanks Mat :p

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