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How can I recover this photo? (tummy bulge)

 
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Dec 09, 2013 02:43 as a reply to  @ post 16512687 |  #16

Yep, your edit looks the best of the bunch.. the belly-button was the deciding factor. Adding a better shaped one from another shot, makes it look more natural.
Even in your original shot, her navel looked kind of scrunched up. Good job! :)


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Dec 09, 2013 09:21 |  #17

You did a bang up job after all was said and done. Just keep working a little bit at a time in PS. The skills get better the more you use it.


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Dec 12, 2013 18:25 |  #18

Nice job


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Dec 12, 2013 23:15 |  #19

Thanks all!



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