Join Abba Shapiro for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Creating a vintage postcard from a new image, part of Up and Running with Perfect Photo Suite 8.
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…The trick here is we're going to try to turn this Ferris wheel on…the Santa Monica pier into kind of a period or a retro post card.…So let's go ahead and jump in and see how we can manage this.…So as usual, I'm want to take the image, I want to bring it into my layers mode.…We're going to edit a copy.…I want to work with all my layers so we'll keep these…as the defaults that I've been working with and say OK.…Now the first thing I might want to do is, crop this picture down…a little bit and erase that little piece of the wood in the foreground.…
It's distracting at this point.…So to remove that, what I might do is go ahead and grab the clone tool.…Select it, pick another area, another piece of the water.…I'm going to hold down my Option key and now, I can make my brush bigger by using…the right bracket, and simply paint out that area.…And that works pretty nice.…I have a little area here that I want to change, so I'll…go grab another section of the water and paint right over it.…So immediately that wood is not distracting us, and I'm…
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- What is Perfect Photo Suite 8?
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- Installing the software
- Importing media into the Layers module
- Making quick fixes with the Enhance module
- Adjusting skin tone in the Portrait module
- Applying effects presets
- Creating masks
- Resizing images
- Integrating Photo Perfect Suite with Lightroom, Photoshop, and Aperture