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Learn a lot thank you Sue. I like the way you have your panel or work space
Sue – thanks for this! It’s beyond ridicuous that I didn’t know how to use this tool. Question, what is “not keeping it real?” I work primarily with pregnant women and so many of them like the idea of being thin – let’s face it, we all do. However, my esthetic leans towards conservative contouring and to my disadvantage I am in a very competitive market and constantly being compared to a competitor and their liquified images. (I use to work for them, so I also know that’s part of the request, which is a whole other conversation that I’ve been dying to discuss with you….baby steps). The said competitor goes so beyond normal and disproportionate with the slimming, that I hate it when a client requests it. Can you share with us how much is too much warping? Thanks 🙂
HI lots to learn and this is so helpful. Thank you !
Question: how do you get your actions in color like that and placed on the side for easy access?
She show how to do it in 2 minute retouching vid . hope it’s help 🙂
Hi sue, learning sooooo much from u!!! Thanks
I see that u use Eizo monitor, which one is it?
I use a new iMac and everything looks so good on it, but after seeing the difference when I print an album or on other monitors I got so insecure. I tried taking the brightness down, I’m still not sure. Do u have any tips???
Hi Nigel. After you make your selection with the lasso tool Hit Ctrl J and it will put the selection on its own layer, you work from there. If you are on a Mac, it is Command J. 🙂
Looking all over for that info, THank-you!
Hi can you explain copy and paste
Nigel when you select and area with your lasso and then copy and paste it adds another layer but only to that small area so you can warp that top layer