feel free to critique but have a question too....

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  1. rdzmzda

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    ok so here is my question these are photos i took over the lil holiday break but the first one here where i cloned my cousins face i get how to do that in the picture it belongs to but what if i wanted to save that part and add it to another picture? and also please feel free to critique....
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    cant say i like #1 at all the clone just looks weird... and I dont understand your question at all..

    #2 is under exposed at the subject, and blown out in the top right corner.. this is because the sun was in front of you.. hard to take pics when its there..

    #3 i like the bottom 2/3 of the pic (where your subject is) but the top 1/3 obviously didn't get any of your flash, so its darker than the rest of the image

    #4 see comments on #2
     
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    you dont need to clone in order to isolate part of a picture and apply it to another pic. it depends, of course, on what software youre using, but in PS just select the area, and copy/paste it...no cloning needed. if you need specific steps in PS please feel free to PM me, and i can help you out :D

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    1. agree with CB
    2. agree with CB
    3. nevermind...chris took care of it. :D
     
  4. rdzmzda

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    haha thanks i dont disagree at all hehe mostly these were snapshots primarily just playing with different types of ways to light....haha without them knowing....anyways the reason i was going with cloning is cause it just kinda changes the look but keeps the same aspect i dunno how to explain it anyways thanks
     
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    cant say i like #1 at all the clone just looks weird... and I dont understand your question at all..

    #2 is under exposed at the subject, and blown out in the top right corner.. this is because the sun was in front of you.. hard to take pics when its there..

    #3 i like the bottom 2/3 of the pic (where your subject is) but the top 1/3 obviously didn't get any of your flash, so its darker than the rest of the image

    #4 see comments on #2
     
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    did u really just copy and paste what someone said above? wow way to waste time
     
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    alex just cloned CB's answers lol
     
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    :lmao:
     
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    Is there an echo in here? :p
     

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