Reconstructing an image


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Reconstructing an image

So here I'm enjoying the fruits of my subtle modifications inside the Liquify plug-in. I'm looking at the Maddalena.jpg image that's found inside the 20_warp_liquify folder. Now there are a few reasons not to work the way I have so far. For one thing, of course, I have a made a complete mess of the image and you wouldn't want to normally do that. But if you are trying to make photo realistic modifications, you don't want to apply big distortions for two reasons. One is that you end up just blurring the heck out of your image. What you're really doing is smearing color transitions right here. And you can end up with some really unsharp results especially compared with neighboring regions that you haven't modified.

So you need to watch out for that and then you can also end up with these ripped pixels right here where certain colors are completely ripped away from their neighbors and you end up with very, very choppy results. So this wonderful combination, and ...

Reconstructing an image
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Reconstructing an image provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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