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From now until Sunday or Monday I'll be busy with our school's fete.  I'll still be online, but not as frequently as usual.  Thanks for your patience.

Ashley Driscoll

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  • Main editing computer
    Mac desktop
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    Photoshop
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    X-Rite
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon Mark III

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  1. Sometimes I can tackle glasses glare... sometimes I really struggle. Like this one. Any advice? He was either looking away or had a glare. The kid was definitely not cooperative for angling his head to avoid it... Thank you!
  2. There's a bit up in the upper right where I've missed that dark area and along the right corner... yes? I'll try the color fill! Thanks so much!
  3. Oh yikes. I see major banding after I uploaded that. May I get a tip on how to get rid of that? You used color fill- I'm not familiar with that. Any hints on starting to use it?
  4. Ahhh! Found it. Wow I had no idea you could go in and change preferences to include filters. My hubby always asks me if I've Googled the answer to my questions yet...
  5. Ok- done with my other project and now trying this out. I'm having a hard time figuring out what that first layer named "Paint Daubs Filter" is... What exactly is that? I see in your post that it's a filter but can't find it...
  6. Thank you! I really had no idea where to start and the banding was killing me. Thanks so much! I'll post my result
  7. I'm trying to think of a way I can make the clothing blend into the background. Add texture, make it "flowy"- so there's no real difference between the background and the clothes/covering. Is this possible? I didn't have any tulle and this was just a photo we took on a whim to see if I could make it work. No idea...
  8. Awesome! Thank you! I struggle around hair... But how does this look?
  9. I have a client wanting the background to be a "Tiffany Blue" instead of white. Is there a good way to do this? I can send you a high-res file. Thanks!!
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