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    My First Wedding

    I call this Expressions ..... Sorry I just found a new tool in Photoshop

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    Last edited by Duane Pipe; 10-09-2011 at 8:49pm.
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    I especialy like the foot on the shortest little girl in the foreground

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    LOL thats awesome, dare you to show the Bride and her family that one :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pipe View Post
    My First Wedding

    And I reckon there is a high probability based on this item of photographic evidence that it may just be your last as well.
    At least with that side of the family.
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    Love it! Your sense of humour is appreciated .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Anne View Post
    I especialy like the foot on the shortest little girl in the foreground
    Yeah I was giggling the whole way through the PP

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSG View Post
    LOL thats awesome, dare you to show the Bride and her family that one :P
    I have via email but I haven't heard back DSG, Hmff

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    Quote Originally Posted by I @ M View Post
    And I reckon there is a high probability based on this item of photographic evidence that it may just be your last as well.
    At least with that side of the family.
    I recon that they will giggle Andrew and wonder how I did it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debra Faulkner View Post
    Love it! Your sense of humour is appreciated .
    Thanks Deb I am glad you thought it was funny It was fun doing it and with such a simple tool too, I used the Liquify filter in PS

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    One foot in the grave but you would have had fun doing it ..... so what the heck ... Live once, live short ...
    think it is pretty cool,

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    absolutely hilarious!! I would put that in the album if I was the bride....there always has to be a funny side to some serious events!!
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    Thanks nuoz
    Monika, I only worked on the jpg and not the tif so IQ is not that good, I did try it with the tif but could not get the same expressions

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    That is awesome. The fun you can have with photoshop. Now that's one Redneck family...lmao
    Thanks for looking....Cheers,
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    Thanks Jules. After a few sherbets I was giggling every time I adjusted something, You Tube has some really good tuts for learning PS

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    All I can say is "You idiot" (I mean that in the most nicest way) You've done well not to overdo the faces.
    There use to be a program years ago called "PowerGoo" and it was great fun to play with faces. But liquify in PS is so much better. It great for caricature. I remember there was a "Member Challenge" not that long ago, on creating a caricature of a blokes face. And some of the members came up with some brilliant images.
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    I have heard of PowerGoo Geoff And yes I know how to take the comment
    I am sorry I missed that challenge. Ps5 has some amazing features, I might even post a tut on clipping for the beginners

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    Couldn't help but have a go at this Duane, so much fun... life will be different now (for the family that is)
    Hope you do post the clip.
    thanks

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    Liquify tool?

    Oh man this photo freaked me out LOL!

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    This photo is awesome, certainly put a smile on my dial Thanks for sharing and I for one am going to search on u-tube to learn this. Also if I was the bride I would want this in my album
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    Quote Originally Posted by ksolomon View Post
    This photo is awesome, certainly put a smile on my dial Thanks for sharing and I for one am going to search on u-tube to learn this. Also if I was the bride I would want this in my album
    Thanks Kassy They loved it, the kids got a good laugh out of it.
    if you are using ps you will find Liquify in the filter tab

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