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    Can someone remove a bra strap?

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    I think it came out alright, someone might be able to do a better job. Idk let me know.
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    mArry me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahTomlin View Post
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    bra strap

    well done and a good photograph.

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    Awesome job
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    she looks fake like wax
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    Was that really necessary? Thanks anyway for your rude opinion.
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    This is pretty easy, but at the same time if not done correctly, will look like you just painted over her strap.

    When you head into photoshop find the clone-stamp tool in your bar, and bring the opacity down low. Select her skintone closest to the bra strap with the command key, and then zoom in to the area of the strap. Make sure your brush is diffused so that it can overlap, and slowly "stamp out" the strap making sure to zoom out once in awhile to check that it looks natural.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahTomlin View Post
    Was that really necessary? Thanks anyway for your rude opinion.
    She does actually look a bit waxy.

    She has some sweat or whatever or reflection on her chest and a bit on her face that gives her this look.
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    Yeah, some powder concealer can clear that right up, shine is a killer in photos >_<
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtwinky View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SarahTomlin View Post
    Was that really necessary? Thanks anyway for your rude opinion.
    She does actually look a bit waxy.

    She has some sweat or whatever or reflection on her chest and a bit on her face that gives her this look.
    His/her critique was made without further commentary. There is a right way, and the Peanut way to offer criticism.

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    her shoulder looks a bit odd though ... aside from that great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANDS! View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by bigtwinky View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SarahTomlin View Post
    Was that really necessary? Thanks anyway for your rude opinion.
    She does actually look a bit waxy.

    She has some sweat or whatever or reflection on her chest and a bit on her face that gives her this look.
    His/her critique was made without further commentary. There is a right way, and the Peanut way to offer criticism.

    It was also my first reaction to the photo. I did not respond to the thread because I was afraid it would be interpreted as it turned out to be Not everyone wants to write 20 lines, apologizing in advance to someone with thin skin. Com'on! We are on a forum. Get over it.

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