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Oct 26, 2014 00:07 |  #1

How do I retouch the water on this model's dress? Please give me step by step techniques. Thanks.


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Oct 26, 2014 00:11 |  #2

Use the patch tool. Its prett simple not much step by step to advise.




  
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Oct 26, 2014 00:51 |  #3

Do you have experience with Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, The Gimp, or other imaging editing software?


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Oct 26, 2014 01:15 |  #4

I have experience in Photoshop CS5. Sorry about being a Nikon user ;)


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Oct 26, 2014 01:20 |  #5

kjonnnn wrote in post #17233315 (external link)
Use the patch tool. Its prett simple not much step by step to advise.

this

smakelijk11 wrote in post #17233379 (external link)
I have experience in Photoshop CS5. Sorry about being a Nikon user ;)

Nikon user has nothing to do with knowing how to use PS.

The wet spot is fixable, the dress is the wrong color for her and her pretty light skin..


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Oct 26, 2014 01:35 |  #6

The Nikon quip was meant to instill some chuckles.


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Oct 26, 2014 02:18 |  #7

Moving on to helping the OP to fix things using CS5...!


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Oct 26, 2014 07:51 as a reply to  @ tonylong's post |  #8

I used a simple Dodge & Burn technique on that spot and a couple of wrinkles.


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Oct 26, 2014 09:40 |  #9

D Thompson wrote in post #17233638 (external link)
I used a simple Dodge & Burn technique on that spot and a couple of wrinkles.

Excellent! To the OP, questions about this approach? Have you taken some tutorials/lessons on Photoshop "basics"? If not this would be a good starting point!!!:)!!!


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