Image editing software

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  1. dklod

    dklod TPF Noob!

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    Ok, I had a photo taken the other day which was very unflattering to say the least which I am really disappointed in because I cant go back there and have it all over again. I look like I have a huge beer gut due to the equipment I was wearing at the time and I wish to change it. How can I flatten my gut in that photo??
     
  2. jstuedle

    jstuedle No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Try the liquefy tool in PShop. Use a large radius and nudge over a little bit at a time. Take your time at is easy to distort instead of flatter.
     
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    Which version of Paintshop?? Whats the earliest version to have this feature.
     
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    If you're using Paintshop Pro, you'll want to use the Warp brush. It's the same thing as the Liquify tool in Photoshop.

    I think version 8 of Paintshop Pro was the first to have the Warp brush, but I could be mistaken. I know versions 10-12 have it.

    As for Photoshop, if I remember correctly, versions 7 on up should have it. I never used a version older than 7, so I don't know what they may or may not have.
     

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