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    Post [Video Tutorial] How To Remove A Character/Person Using Photoshop



    This tutorial will show you how to remove a character/Person Using photoshop

    Picture Link: http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/3391/seark.jpg

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    Re: [Video Tutorial] How To Remove A Character/Person Using Photoshop

    good keep it up mate

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    Re: [Video Tutorial] How To Remove A Character/Person Using Photoshop

    thanks for this learnt alot

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    Re: [Video Tutorial] How To Remove A Character/Person Using Photoshop

    I still have yet to understand how to use the selective tools perfectly ><;; Like what if the person had hair. How do you like.. magic lasso around it perfectly? Plus its like a somewhat perfect blue background

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    Re: [Video Tutorial] How To Remove A Character/Person Using Photoshop

    In the english version of Photoshop CS5, there is no Selection>Improve the Contours? :|

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    Re: [Video Tutorial] How To Remove A Character/Person Using Photoshop

    is it me or all thees clips are delated

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