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help in a photo
« on: Yesterday at 10:51:21 AM »
     :-[


    Hello, here I am asking again ...

    I would like to get the background of this photo in order to put in any background, it is possible?

    The photo is also no quality, but do not know how to increase the quality, not because I work with photoshop or other software ...  :'(

    Thanks for your help and sorry mu english.  :)


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    Re: help in a photo
    « Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 11:59:56 AM »
      Small photo is difficult to enlarge or enhance.  The background color can be replicated easily.  Check this online color chart... :wave: http://www.febooti.com/products/iezoom/online-help/online-color-chart-picker.html

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      Re: help in a photo
      « Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 01:00:40 PM »
        Here it is with the background removed as DM said the picture quality is not good enough to do a good job .
        You are very Pretty and have a nice smile . :)
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        Re: help in a photo
        « Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 01:44:16 PM »
          Thank you!  :-[

          I have the original photo, but we can improve your work. I had the size that I sent, but no background and with better quality. I'll send the original. Please put out after this picture because of the exposure of the child ...

          excuse my English ...

          [edited by DaianeRocha. now i remove the photo because for the children on original photo]
          « Last Edit: Yesterday at 05:50:28 PM by DaianeRocha »

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          Re: help in a photo
          « Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 01:47:12 PM »
            If the original help ... Please work the picture. so I need the part that I cut before.  :)

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            Re: help in a photo
            « Reply #5 on: Yesterday at 01:50:56 PM »
              We / I can do some thing here as I learnt PS doing photos

              Do you want any particular BGround or just transparent

              And as the people have said larger the better if that is the original I will start with that but if you have a RAW or as taken shot just post or PM me it

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              Re: help in a photo
              « Reply #6 on: Yesterday at 01:56:53 PM »
                just transparent, please.

                So... what is RAW?  :-[

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                Re: help in a photo
                « Reply #7 on: Yesterday at 01:58:14 PM »
                  Here is a double after vector of the cut to work with... the background and the blouse are so close in color that it makes it difficult to separate...:wave:

                  « Last Edit: Yesterday at 02:35:03 PM by DMHolt57 »
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                  Re: help in a photo
                  « Reply #8 on: Yesterday at 02:47:54 PM »
                    A good idea would be to post up the picture you want in the background also, since this would look better if we were to blend it into the background on several layers with different effects to make it blend in better.

                    But, in any case, here's a few pics I did from 57's pic:

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                    Re: help in a photo
                    « Reply #9 on: Yesterday at 05:09:31 PM »
                      The background and the uniform is where I ran into trouble I have a feeling if the uniform were any other color it would be easier to remove the background  :).
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                      Re: help in a photo
                      « Reply #10 on: Yesterday at 05:47:55 PM »
                        you're a nice man! All are to be congratulated, for help and care about people, even the not knowing!

                        All works are very good!

                        Thank you for your talent.

                         :-*  ;)

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                        Re: help in a photo
                        « Reply #11 on: Yesterday at 06:08:07 PM »
                          The background and the uniform is where I ran into trouble I have a feeling if the uniform were any other color it would be easier to remove the background  :).

                          In Photoshop, there's a magnetic Lasso selector also this is what I used it for (Note:  I used to use the Extract filter, but that's for amateurs).  It Automatically grabbed the edges for me.  I just waved my mouse around the areas I needed.  Than the rest was an expansion of the selection and a feather on it and a DEL key 2 times on the INVERTED selection (the Background) and the result was the last pic in there.  Than I wanted to play with it more, so I did a few things.  But given more time, I could've done just about anything with that pic.

                          Well, glad you're satisfied DaianeRocha.

                          Cheers :)
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                          Re: help in a photo
                          « Reply #12 on: Yesterday at 06:32:03 PM »
                            I wanted to do a better job but I am spending all most all of my spare time at the hospital with my father its been so long since I have done any graphics I am losing my touch . :)
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                            Re: help in a photo
                            « Reply #13 on: Yesterday at 06:55:27 PM »
                              I used to use the Extract filter, but that's for amateurs

                              LOL  ;D


                              Well, glad you're satisfied DaianeRocha.



                              Very happy my friend.  ;)

                              Thanks for all!  :):)

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                              Re: help in a photo
                              « Reply #14 on: Yesterday at 08:34:10 PM »
                                I wanted to do a better job but I am spending all most all of my spare time at the hospital with my father its been so long since I have done any graphics I am losing my touch . :)

                                I'm sorry to hear this. :(  Hope everything is fine.  And NB, it's like riding a bike, you never lose your touch, you just have to dig into it again and doesn't take long at all to get back where you were.  And sometimes it's actually a good thing.  For Example...

                                I stopped playing guitar for a whole week since I just got a total block, than just today, I picked it up and wrote the coolest song ever with some of the most interesting chord progressions and notes.  And it all just kinda came to me without even thinking about it.  This is one of life's little rewards and only comes, but a few times, so you really have to take advantage of it when it comes.  Well, just thought I'd share this experience with you.

                                Cheers and Glad you like the pics DaianeRocha :)
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