Indian Pow Wow

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  1. sfaribault

    sfaribault TPF Noob!

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    The back ground is bad.. Everything is in a circle with people, tents and RV's..

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    Steve :thumbup:
     
  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Seeing as you have OTE...I thought I would take a quick stab at this one.
     

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    sfaribault TPF Noob!

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    Did you use a blur?? I have PSCS but have not played with about half of it..

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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I just did a quick & sloppy job of it...but here's what I did.

    I made a duplicate layer and then applied Gaussian Blur (filters, blur...) to the top layer. Then I made a layer mask on the top layer and masked off the child...which masked that part of the blurred layer...allowing the sharp layer below, to show through.
     
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    sfaribault TPF Noob!

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    Something to play with.. Thanks. I had taken 168 pictures that day.

    Thanks again

    Steve :thumbup:
     
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    aww...how can i show how impressed i am with you?? these are so killer...the colors are right on and you captured their expressions so well...

    i just love these, and there is no way to express the excitment....shame they cant see them, it would make them and their families proud...

    great job!!
     
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    We are related... My great great (1800's) grandfather was the first fur trader in the Minnesota territory and married a Indian Princess. We know the tribal elders so I burned a copy of the pictures and mailed it to them...


    Steve :thumbup:
     

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