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Old Apr 9, 2010, 9:41 PM   #31
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Sorry for the humor Simon, but I thought there might be some Photoshop newbies that might consider what I said the actual way I did it.



What do you take us for anyways!!!!!

Hell if we is smart enough to 'hunt and peck' (type) and do cut'n and past'n....we'd know youse was just fun'n us....

We also know the thumb is quicker then the eye...but wid a much slower computer we can see how you doz it....





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Old Apr 9, 2010, 9:47 PM   #32
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BTW Bynx....thanks for the explanation..it sounds like it was a fair bit of work...well done tho..
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BTW Bynx....thanks for the explanation..it sounds like it was a fair bit of work...well done tho..
super bynx fixed the high res files for me thanks for you time and effort mate
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Old Apr 10, 2010, 2:22 AM   #34
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Wow- Very nice photos of your family. Keepers that should always be cherished...
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Default These 'mother-and-child'-portraits are great, Simon!

You'v done real good her. Such a nice athmosphere and beautiful lighting. # 2 works best for me, as the first one scares me a bit, with them blue eyes. A bit too much CienceFiction'ish for my taste anyway....

And now your two latest with your son in the usual Polarbear-fur position (most of my generation baby-pics were done with the motive lying on a polar-bear hide...), are very good also. Such great facial expressions and very good and important eye-contact!


Well done, Simon!
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thanks walter i also just finished a bw version with a slight orton dont know if it works yet .... ?

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What a keeper.
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Nice! He's a handsome little guy.
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