Jump to content

All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Today
  2. If you don't type "px" it will probably default to "in" ... which is fine when you're printing, but bad in present circumstances.
  3. WxHxResolution option (I think that's what it's called for your version). yes that worked , while i did type in px in both boxes it like in one box ?
  4. Unfortunately, the whole cropping process is far more complex than it used to be. In older versions of PS it was blissfully straightforward.
  5. ok then. your a smart cookie then thanks
  6. No, you can't use the "Ratio" option for this. You have to use the WxHxResolution option (I think that's what it's called for your version). Then, when you enter the numbers, make sure you add "px" to the end.
  7. how do i tell which unit of mesurement im in ? I hopping this is cropped 1200 x 1920 px
  8. Yesterday
  9. Guest

    Bra Strap

    This is great thank you!
  10. Well, now that you've commented on this thread you're automatically "following" it, so when you hit the "Content I follow" link (both at the top right and bottom right of every page on this site) you'll get that list. That's not a perfect system but it's the only one I can think of, other than bookmarking this page in your browser. But you don't need to comment on a thread in order to follow it. You can just hit the blue "Follow" button in the top left corner.
  11. Damien, Is there some way of marking or saving threads like this that I am likely to want to read again? ( Or am I missing something obvious.) Really impressive edit BTW 👍, but then again I wouldn’t expect anything else
  12. Damien, it is unbelievably kind of you to help me and to do so much for all of us, thank you so much, you're incredible I will attempt this now, I'm so grateful.
  13. Phew! Glad you like it. Let me try to explain my steps ... The Patch Tool is the best way to get rid of the bulk of the strap, but as I've said before, it works best on "islands" - that is, smaller chunks of strap with "ocean" (skin) all around them. So the first step is to duplicate the Background layer and use the clone tool to carefully chop the strap into sections: Then use the Patch Tool to get rid of the sections. Drag around one and drag it to a nearby clean section of skin: Hopefully, this will fill the patch with seamless skin: Keep on repeating this ... ... until it's all clear: Then add a blank layer, and clone out the area where the strap runs under the fabric. Clone further than necessary: Then add a mask to that layer and mask it carefully: (More info here.) Finally, add a blank layer and use the eyedropper tool to sample some lighter-coloured fabric, then add a Solid Color layer of that colour. Put the layer on "Lighten" blend mode: Add a black mask to that layer, then very patiently paint on to the dark areas of the tulle with a low opacity brush (5-10%) until it is sufficiently disguised.
  14. omg this is sorcery!!! you are amazing ❤️
  15. Last week
  16. This is the best result possible, I think. At least, it's the best I can figure out how to do. Would it be sufficient?
  17. Hi Damien, I have a few images where there's a bra strap showing and the bra shows through the tulle quite a bit. I didn't think it would be so hard to edit but all my attempts are not good enough. Would you be able to advise me about how to tackle it? I've attached the part of the image that's the problem, image hasn't had any editing. Classes I've purchased have been RAW, bridge & layers & masks. I can't attach the raw but I've put two crops of the area and would be really grateful for any advice thank you
  18. Where do I gain knowledge of the skin action and what to look for in CMYK values to achieve good skin tone?
  19. Ok , thats two things i have learned this week thank you .
  20. No, cropping is the only way to do it. Because those dimensions are a different shape to your native camera file. Try it and you'll see.
  1. Load more activity
×
×
  • Create New...