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« Reply #10 on: November 24, 2008 05:38:38 PM »

It took me a class to get a clue about Photoshop so I'm really impressed that you did that from a book!

I agree with Ja about the floor... it's a too sharp contrast from the clouds.  But your other change is very well done.

The one thing I learned about Photoshop is that it's best used with more practice and then more practice!  Have fun and the more you play with it, the better it works.
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« Reply #11 on: November 24, 2008 08:26:01 PM »

Photoshop is addictive!  Congratulations on your first attempt!  As you go, you learn things often by accident...just roll with it!  I think the more you get brave and try different things, the more at ease with it you become.
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« Reply #12 on: November 24, 2008 08:58:34 PM »

I agree with removing all the floor. Everything looks really good. Ain't it fun? You might want to try feathering the edge where you cut out the background. 3-5 px to start.
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« Reply #13 on: November 25, 2008 05:35:32 AM »

Very fun!!  I love that you removed the background and I noticed that other little change, too! Wink

Are you addicted now?  I'm a longtime addict of Photoshop.  We just installed Photoshop CS4 -- wahoo!
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« Reply #14 on: November 25, 2008 06:37:01 AM »

Good job, especially for your first try! 

I agree about taking out the floor completely.  I'm wondering about taking out the folding chair, too. Altho, I don't know, your hubby might look odd without it.

If you do go back and tweak things, your hubby left cheek looks like it could be smoothed out a bit.  I'm nit-picking with that comment, though.

Your tweak of the shirt is really nicely done!  I never would have noticed it if no one had said anything. 

I think you are on your way to **Mad Photoshop Skillz!!**
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« Reply #15 on: November 25, 2008 07:09:52 AM »

You did a great job! And this comes from a person who has used photoshop for over ten years. This is a nice photo and I love what you've done so far.

I agree with the others to take out the flooring. Also, one little trick you can do to make it look more natural around the edges: zoom in close on the edges and blend a tiny bit with the blur tool, but use a low strength like 14% and a small/medium brush size. By blending just a little around the edges it will look less like the scenery was photoshopped in.

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« Reply #16 on: November 25, 2008 07:33:15 AM »

Great job! I wish I knew how to do this. I love how you fixed the gap in your blouse!
I love all the suggestions everyone has made.
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« Reply #17 on: November 26, 2008 05:25:22 AM »

So I had to look for quite a while before I noticed the "little change" (I also am lousy @ those what's-different-about-this-picture puzzles hehe) You did a great job! I have wanted to try photoshop but haven't had the guts to yet. Beautiful family! Looks like you have your hands full! Smiley
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