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Image Umbrella: Image Modification/Manipulation

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I know it's generally considered better to avoid unwanted extras when framing the shot, but sometimes with animals, that's easier said than done!

 

So here is the original:

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Markie

 Well done .   You have a good eye on how to employ the tools  as well as how to crop for the most effective layout. Keep trying different things, to get a feel of how to get PDN to work best for you.

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Eli, I took this photo last March, 2015. :) I'll edit my post.

Yes, the bee does have a little fringe.  :lol:

 

I do have a patch of  colloquies blooming now though. I think that's what they are.

 

Thanks for commenting.

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Haha, thanks! I guess he got a bit competitive when I zoomed pass him in my "Reliant Robin" Bumper cart... But yes, it is quiet annoying ;)

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Ah Limon, that made me smile! Nicely done.

 

Here are 2 flower manips. I usually don't like to do manips but these kept me intrigued. I found it very hard to get the right background for the lilies.

 

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I try to show you what I made.
This guy is an English Youtuber, The image is a caricature of one of his hilarious video.

 

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I also made a Turorial on Youtube, it's in French, here is the link.

 

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[EDIT]  Sorry.... it's not a picture..... but a caricature, I'm in the wrong post :(

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Oh Thanks a lot Eli!

 

I will make some more then! There is a lack of tutorial in French for Paint.net. I will try to find some inspiration here. But I will always mention the credit of the idea if it's not mine.

As I made a mistake on my first post, here is an impossible / ulikely  picture,.. Hope everybody knows why! ;):):D

 

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Merry Chistmas to all of you!
:mrred:

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Nice tute Nils. Yes you should make more :D I really like the way you explained how to use the tools as you went along. I wish I could speak French. 

 

The manipulation is very well done. :) One of them has to be a ghost :P

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Thanks a lot for your nice comments and your welcoming messages ;)

Here is a picture manipulation with some... "newbees" on the Rushmore mount...

 

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I wish you all a great New Year's Eve!

 
My new year's resolution will be to make some more Tuto, and in English this time!

;):):D

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Some awsome work in this thread. Here's one of my attempts.

This is a pic of me and one of my grandsons..

 

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Another example of PDN doing what Photoshop and Gimp can do with the latest addition of the Brush Factory plug-in along with abrViewer converting Photoshop brushes into usable PNG files for PDN.

 

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The 2nd picture with the lovely lady is found in my gallery as well.  The bird is a stock image.

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It really shouldn't have been so satisfying ruining a young, good looking guy ... 

 

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... but at least I let him keep his hair :D

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13 hours ago, welshblue said:

It really shouldn't have been so satisfying ruining a young, good looking guy ... 

It was just a matter of time. :) 

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I borrowed Mr Easwood's wrinkles.

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