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Your sample is not a sculpture. It's actors, in make up, in front of a camera. There may have been some post processing. However I'd wager that 80-90% of the work is actually in the photography and not in software. People do still take photographs. Not everything is created in software. If you want something even close to similar you'll need ninja-style 3D ...


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This is pretty easy to do. Open it in Photoshop, create a new layer on top, add a gradient to that layer of Green to Pale Yellow. Then play with Blending Modes and clean it up. Here's it with the layer mode set to Darken and then deleted the color real fast from outside the crown: Alternatively you could do a different blending mode, for a different ...


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go through following steps. download picasa from http://picasa.google.com/ after installation it will give you option to add images to it. other wise save your image to my documents / pictures folder so automatically will be in picasa. if 2. doesn't work then go to file>add images to picasa > locate your image. select ok double click on thumbnail of ...


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Nice question. Actually, I have a couple of tips for cropping a portrait (human figure) in a square shape. the eyes' position must be in the top 1/3 of the square. that means you can crop off the top of the head. show the background from a part of the cropped image. try to avoid that the head appears too big.


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Can anyone suggest how to literally make an image "retina display"? I think it doesn't depends on the camera. Does their is any software for it? The term 'Retina Display' is usually a reference to the high resolution screens on some apple products. I assume you're referring to serving higher resolution versions of images to such screens due to their ...


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This is very easy in Gimp. Just use the bucket tool to fill the background white, and export. Or if you want to go one stage further, then after that, use the select with the same colour tool, press delete (Making sure that your image has an alpha channel) add a new white layer, merge down and export as a jpg, png or whatever.


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Using Photoshop, a quick and dirty solution might be to: duplicate the image onto another layer over top of the original image on the new layer, select the part of the image you want to remove the reflections on the new layer, keeping your selection, blur the image (gaussian?) touch-up using masking and maybe go back and paint some highlights to make the ...


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Another option is to drop the saturation to 0 using Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation.... Next fiddle with the levels until you're satisfied ( Image > Adjustments > Levels... ). Some elaboration from Joonas' comment: First move the gray arrow as far to the left as you can without washing out all the blacks (It will do most of the work). Then move the ...


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You might want to try a Gradient Map: Be sure to have the layer selected where your sofa is on; Open your Layers palette (F7 or Window > Layers); Click the white/black disc icon on the palette's bottom to open the 'Create new fill or adjustment layer` menu; Choose Gradient Map; Edit the gradient that appears in a nearby panel to a white to black one; ...


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Here's one (of the many) ways you could do this: In the Channels panel (next to the Layers panel by default) at the bottom click the dotted circle ('Load channel as selection') Then click back to Layers and click the 'Add layer mask' button at the bottom By doing this I got: (with an image layer underneath) EDIT: If the text layer is a vector ...



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