joanncat18

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  1. Eh, he thought black would be earier to edit because it's a sold color without all the shadows I really dont know why. He just said that a bright white backgrund was very hard to get a tre white and also that shows shown more. Sorry I can't type...I took a sleeping pill. Maybe I shouls buy a green screen lol....bright green posterboard and try that. Thanks.
  2. Eh, he thought black would be earier to edit because it's a sold color without all the shadows I really dont know why. He just said that a bright white backgrund was very hard to get a tre white and also that shows shown more. Sorry I can't type...I took a sleeping pill. Maybe I shouls buy a green screen lol....bright green posterboard and try that. Thanks.
  3. Eh, he thought black would be earier to edit because it's a sold color without all the shadows I really dont know why. He just said that a bright white backgrund was very hard to get a tre white and also that shows shown more. Sorry I can't type...I took a sleeping pill. Maybe I shouls buy a green screen lol....bright green posterboard and try that. Thanks.
  4. Eh, he thought black would be earier to edit because it's a sold color without all the shadows I really dont know why. He just said that a bright white backgrund was very hard to get a tre white and also that shows shown more. Sorry I can't type...I took a sleeping pill. Maybe I shouls buy a green screen lol....bright green posterboard and try that. Thanks.
  5. Ok, I changed my background color to more of a black shade because someone tole me it would be easier to edit than white. So my question is, how do I use the conditional hue saturation to select black as my hue to edit? The color wheel has blues, purples, pinks, reds, orange, but what about the greys, browns, and black? Can I use it with those shades too? Here is my new pic unedited with the black background.
  6. Ok, I changed my background color to more of a black shade because someone tole me it would be easier to edit than white. So my question is, how do I use the conditional hue saturation to select black as my hue to edit? The color wheel has blues, purples, pinks, reds, orange, but what about the greys, browns, and black? Can I use it with those shades too? Here is my new pic unedited with the black background.
  7. Ok, I changed my background color to more of a black shade because someone tole me it would be easier to edit than white. So my question is, how do I use the conditional hue saturation to select black as my hue to edit? The color wheel has blues, purples, pinks, reds, orange, but what about the greys, browns, and black? Can I use it with those shades too? Here is my new pic unedited with the black background.
  8. Ok, I changed my background color to more of a black shade because someone tole me it would be easier to edit than white. So my question is, how do I use the conditional hue saturation to select black as my hue to edit? The color wheel has blues, purples, pinks, reds, orange, but what about the greys, browns, and black? Can I use it with those shades too? Here is my new pic unedited with the black background.
  9. This is what I got to. Still hard to get rid of some of the shadows. Need to keep working on this.[attachment=0]JamaicaMeCrazyedit.jpg[/attachment]
  10. This is what I got to. Still hard to get rid of some of the shadows. Need to keep working on this.[attachment=0]JamaicaMeCrazyedit.jpg[/attachment]
  11. This is what I got to. Still hard to get rid of some of the shadows. Need to keep working on this.[attachment=0]JamaicaMeCrazyedit.jpg[/attachment]
  12. This is what I got to. Still hard to get rid of some of the shadows. Need to keep working on this.