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A few more from the Native American Festival

 
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May 08, 2007 10:58 |  #1

Did a little PS in this one.....did it turn out OK? (before and after)


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May 08, 2007 12:03 |  #2

I like it. It looks good to me. The first shot looks out of place with all that's going on in the background.

Nice shot.


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May 08, 2007 13:20 |  #3

I can still see the cloned out tracks on the right where the lady/stroller was ;)
At first look, it looks great. When I took a closer look to compare the two, you can tell which areas have been cloned out. The tent and others are less noticable due to the different colored grass in the original. But the lady/stroller shows a big swath of the greener grass going up towards that little tree.

To be fair, a site I own runs a photoshop contest on modified cars every month, so I am used to looking for the PS'ed areas of a picture. ;)

All in all, a great shot and a pretty decent PS job.


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