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lower my car please


IamSam

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Great job Paul. I like your approach of lowering the top of the image which saves time on cutting out the whole car. :thumbsup:
 

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I used XnView to open it, then saved it from there. (There is a Mac version available)

It stripped out any meta-data but it fixes the problem. Sometimes the 'jpg' header info can get corrupted and PS being what PS is, it just doesn't recognise it as a valid image file.

This can happen if a filename extension gets changed to something other than the original.

XnView isn't so choosy.

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Paul

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I always just do a screen grab, i never download anything image wise:cheesygrin:

Borrowed from MrToms image...

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Whats wrong with it? There's just a few minor areas that need a little touch up, otherwise, it looks pretty good to me.

You need a little Clone Stamp Tool work in the areas with the yellow arrows.
And add back a thin shadow in front of the car, orange arrow.
And of course, crop the image at the bottom.
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One thing I did forget to mention, in order to make this look authentic (as though it were an actual drive-able car) you would have to move the wheels/tires inward, move the the body of the car outward, or flare the fenders so that the tires would not be hitting the fender wells.

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Aaaah yes...........another of my favorites.........Mini Carnocchio!

Great job Paul.
 

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