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    Removing "wrinkles" in background from studio portrait shots

    Thanks for the examples, but I had tried several times a couple of days back, and couldn't create the shadow accurately. Attached an image. Problem is most of the tutorials only illustrate a 45 degrees shadow with light source in front, but haven't got it done successfully with the shadow cast...
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    Removing "wrinkles" in background from studio portrait shots

    Sorry guys I should've attached the original. The problem is there is a shadow cast on the chain seat, and there were shadows on the ground which I felt needed to be replicated. Unless I shouldn't be concerned and just remove the shadows on the ground, and go with a radial gradient background?
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    Removing "wrinkles" in background from studio portrait shots

    Unfortunately, in doing so I've run into another problem. I have limited success isolating the background, but am having extreme difficulties trying to cast a shadow. The light source is from the left, but in using the transform tool (after doing a drop shadow on the layer) I can never get it...
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    Removing "wrinkles" in background from studio portrait shots

    I see. But what happens if there're shadows on the floor, do I use the pen tool as well? (Pls don't do it though! I am so sorry that you had to take time to do it!)
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    Removing "wrinkles" in background from studio portrait shots

    I see, yes that's what I had in mind! How do you use the pen tool for the hair though? Also, did you use a radial blur?
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    Removing "wrinkles" in background from studio portrait shots

    Hi guys, I recently went for a wedding photoshoot in the studio. I managed to get the soft copies from the shoot, and am editing them myself (those that I didn't pay to have made into an album). A sample is: The problem is that I see that the background sheet (black and green) looked creased...
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