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November 5, 2012
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Its Showtime by Estruda Its Showtime by Estruda
Steampunk Girl

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You are gorgeous
You are very welcome
Love the boots! :-)
thank you ..
At first glance I thought your face had disappeared - a very surreal effect. The plaid is distracting from what would otherwise be a very successful shot - it is never to late to Photoshop!
Hi thanks for the feed back ,how would you go about photoshopping it (just curious as i haven't got photoshop or similar )
Big question. (Some of your work looks edited. . .) There are free editing software options, but the initial learning curve is very time consuming. Mastering the technique of selecting what you want to work on - using various tools to isolate elements of the image - is critical. If I were to edit the plaid as I suggest I would first select it very carefully, excluding you, the wood and the little sculpture. I would experiment with methods to make the pattern less intense, perhaps by simply lowering contrast and saturation. It would be possible to completely replace the pattern with a solid shade, but that might be too obvious a change.

You work in general is eye catching, well executed and original. Maybe you don't need Photoshop!
Thank you very much ,much appreciated ,i only use a free online editor it only does masks nothing else , like you say its the time consuming factor that is off putting as i would rather be out there taking photographs than spending hour after hour mastering photoshop , thank you for your insight .....
ElegantAndrogyne Nov 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
As for software - I use Darktable as a digital darkroom, Inkscape for vector graphics, and sometimes GIMP for general graphics edition. These are free and open source, and work in many operating systems, so you won't have problems with re-learning them if you plan on moving from Windows to Linux or vice versa.
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