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    It's amazing what Photoshop can do.
     
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    along with lighting, make up and a hair stylist.

    even before photoshop , you would be amazed what could be done.
     
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    A good question is, at what point is it the photographers responsibility to only let editors take a photograph so far?
     
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    I'll have to watch this again...but can anyone tell me what tools they are using when the make a rectangle selection and then distort it? (when they select the cheek line and make her look thinner). I've tried a few things but it doesn't work as easily...maybe I'm missing something. :scratch:
     
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    Try making a selection using the marquee tool, then hit Ctrl & T and distort away
     
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    I've played around and I think my problem was that I wasn't really careful with the selection and I needed to feather the selection.:banghead:
     
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    Those dove films gotta go!
    If women are going around feeling beautiful, they won't be such good consumers.
    Then some fat cat along the line will experience a serious reduction in profits.
    And we couldn't have THAT now could we!?

    So we all need to do our part and stop promoting real beauty, and report those terrorists that would try to infect us with truth.
    It's in the best interest of our freedom and our children's freedom.

    Move along everyone, nothing to see here, move along.......
     
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    When he's given creative control over the project, or if it's his project in general.
    If he's contracted to simply take the photos to be used in a bigger project (such as an advertisement), then the TD has creative control and the photographer is just one step in the production phase.

    At least that's how it's been as far as things I've done.
     

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