Making things disappear

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by andre_gwynt, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. andre_gwynt

    andre_gwynt TPF Noob!

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    There used to be objects in this picture that spoiled the adventurous effect of the final result. You can see and read what happened in my article in the Journal;

    http://www.windowseat.nl/index.php?p=34
     
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    I had to see the original to notice the work. Could only notice the pixel blur and shadows afterwards.
     
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    yeah, i had no idea until compared with the original... good work!
     
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    photong Typo Queen

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    I could tell..there was a funky pattern. Obviously I couldn't tell what it was but I could see where. :/ If you didn't tell me there was some work done with it, I prolly wouldn't have noticed so easily. But then again, I found it right away :/ It's all blotchy and stuff in the one area. It's what my editing looks like ;)

    It definatly looks better without the guy there.

    You can't see it as badly in the thumbnails on the website.
     
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    Photong,

    You have sharp eyes. I enjoy taking things out of the pictures because it adds to the creativity.

    Thanks for the responses.
    André
     

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