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    cs5 - distort command

    I'm trying to reduce the size of a double chin on a portrait by using the distort (pinch) command. Is there any reason why CS5 doesn't let me even select the command?

    On another note, when previewing images in Bridge the zoom feature gives me a pixelated image. This only started happening recently. Any ideas?

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    Re: cs5 - distort command

    I believe the image needs to be in 8 bit format. did you check that?

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    Re: cs5 - distort command

    An alternative way to do it is to use the "LIQUIFY" command.

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    Re: cs5 - distort command

    Thanks guys. I'll try 8 bit. Currently 16. I did use the liquefy command but the blue eye ended up near the other colour eye and my victim was not pleased .

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    Re: cs5 - distort command

    cs5 - distort command

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    rob marshall

    Re: cs5 - distort command

    cs5 - distort command

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    Re: cs5 - distort command

    Yup! That's exactly what I meant. Hehehe. Man, you're fast!

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    rob marshall

    Re: cs5 - distort command

    Quote Originally Posted by jiro View Post
    Man, you're fast!
    Jesse James of the Photoshop world. That would be the smokin' gun plugin!

    I don't think it will convince members who use the white CiC skin.

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    Re: cs5 - distort command

    Quote Originally Posted by rob marshall View Post
    I don't think it will convince members who use the white CiC skin.
    Upon reading this I switched to the white Skin!! I felt distorted!

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