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jomari


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Collection: Fade to Black
Camera: Canon Power Shot SX10 IS
Location: Yendon Smash Repairs, Yendon, Vic. Australia
Date: Jun 1, 2009
Aperture: 4.5
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Animals
Date Uploaded: Jun 1, 2009

Viewed: 338
Comments: 8
Favorites: 1 (view)

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Apart from lip surgery, I have used paintbrush, burn tool, clone tool, blur tool, and smudge tool to isolate Bruno and fade him to black. I also cleaned him up around the eyes a bit with the clone tool.

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08/27/2009 07:53:52 PM
great pet portrait
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07/07/2009 07:38:52 AM
He's gorgeous................ Dogs are so cool.....! The black fade really works well here, nice work.
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06/02/2009 04:37:30 PM
What a cutie! Great pet portrait! The darkened background/vignetting really makes this image work. Well done.
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06/02/2009 01:37:52 PM
I think the 'fade to black' works really well here with his natural colouring.

What a handsome boy !
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06/02/2009 09:14:45 AM
Wow, what a sweet, ernest face! Beautiful portrait. BTW, I have a tip on softening a fur line when replacing backgrounds. If you use Photoshop, use the smudge tool set at a very small diameter (one or two pixels) and strength around 60% (depends on colors), then just make little strokes from the fur onto the background, varying the direction and even the settings. Takes a while but the results are worth it :-)
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06/01/2009 11:59:39 PM
Bruno looks like you could count on him. Rotti's always seem to be so, so serious, like the secret service that guards the President.
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06/01/2009 11:39:47 PM
Nice work on the lip transplant....and for having the courage to work with hair and a superimposed background. Love the eyes...
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06/01/2009 11:05:25 PM
What a charming face. That doggy has a wonderful kindness about him. Rotties are great. :~)
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