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Post  Leggy on Mon Aug 10, 2009 3:13 pm

Re: Few kits photo shopped
Richard Marchand Today at 6:56 am

.Very nice stuff

You did that with Photoshop Elements? You sure need to make a nice SBS thread on the Tips & Tricks. I think a lot of us would appreciate it



Okay, I am not an expert using Elements 6, but have had lots of fun putting pics of my models on backgrounds.

I get my best results by taking my photos with a one colour background, preferably white.
This makes the blocking of the kit much easier with Elements.
For the backgrounds I just get them from Google images and save them to my photos.
I find the simplest tool for the job is the Magic Extractor tool.
For a SBS guide and where I learned a lot about using Elements I go to = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IP6gMRmxBxI&feature=channel_page
This one is on the extractor, by a guy called Technoman.
He has many tutorials, they are very informative and easy to follow.

I hope this helps.

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Post  Richard Marchand on Mon Aug 10, 2009 5:53 pm

Thanks for the link. That Magic Extractor tool is really cool Shocked I remember a few years ago you had to be really careful and trace all around what you wanted to keep without making any mistake.
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