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Snook

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    Mac desktop
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    Fuji X-T1 & Fuji lenses

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  1. Yes, typo.. lol.. That should be 999.03GB. I've already done it but I'll accept a second slap from you for my slackness and stupidity.
  2. I have a Mac desktop running El Capitan and Photoshop CC. It is under 2 years old, and has 8GB of RAM. Its hard drive has 438.58GB free out of 99.03GB. The last time I shut down was just before posting this three (although before that it was a few days). I run a cleanup program about once a month.
  3. Crisis over! Rebooting has fixed it. Sorry I didn't do that before bothering you!
  4. Noooooo.. lol. I was too scared of trashing the files somehow.. I shall do that now.
  5. The files look like the sort of size I'd expect but the tug previews in a weird colour and not the colours it should be. I'll send you a file now.
  6. At this stage it's just these two. I have one other that was open at the same time that hasn't done it and I just opened a psd I hadn't been working on today and that's fine too.
  7. I've been working on a logo for someone in PS and both of my psd files have turned completely white and I can't work out what on earth has happened or how to fix it. I've tried googling but it keeps coming up with turning it black and white, not just totally white. I tried closing one file and reopening it without saving it first, in case it was a glitch, but it opened completely white. What on earth have I done?????
  8. Yes, I did think he was saying I should shoot from lower and obviously misunderstood that part of what he was saying.
  9. Except the mannequin torso was sitting on the ground, on location, and I shot them together, from the same position and elevation. The perpective is exactly the same on both the ground and the torso.
  10. Thanks for your input. It was shot from lowest my tripod could get to the ground, so I'm not sure what's making you think it was shot from standing height?
  11. Thanks Crystal. I did add shadowing afterwards but was just showing Damien how I ended up creating the hole, as only using shadowing wasn't working.
  12. In the end the best I could manage was using a photo of a hole in the ground and laying it over my photo, adjusting the perspective and then masking everything out except for the hole itself.
  13. Bugger. Okay. I'll just have to keep playing. Thanks for trying.
  14. Did you have any other thoughts on how make it look like the ground drops in toward the body? I tried some more googling last night to see if I could find anything that might help but came up empty.
  15. Yeah.. it just looks off to me but I don't know how to fix it. Oh bugger, that's where I copied a section of the ground pasted and flipped it and then masked it in and cloned over it to cover up the torso. I've missed a bit of masking. Shall fix that up now.
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