Last edited by Petracsr; 16th June 2010 at 05:48 PM. Reason: pat myself on the back
The wall socket(plug) disappeared! That's MAGIC :P
Great job! their faces look much smoother and the tones are more even. Also, if you're into skin retouching, a good book worth mentioning is "Skin" by Lee Varis. It has many good tips.
By the way where did you get Dave's tips, care to share? Is this done by Photoshop or something different? I know how to use the tool in PS to clone but I always have problems when it comes to someones face.
I posted a photo in People & Pets, (under Family Pics) and Dave did some cloning work on it for me and gave me some cloning tips.
I use PSE6. Sometimes when I'm trying to get rid of stray hairs, acne, etc. on faces and the healing tool or cloning tool aren't doing what I want, I will take a color sample from a good patch of skin and then use a brush at about 8% and go over that area of the face.
It sounds like you should be giving me tips on faces, oh, you just did
Good work Petra.
For the black vent/arm edge, I agree that sometimes getting an edge right can take several goes: sample, first try, undo, sample, first try, undo, etc. until the angle and offset come out right. If that fails, just zoom in even more and make brush really small, I think you can go down to one pixel size and pick the black ones off individually if need be.