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Photoshop cs4, applied a lens blur over a gradient filter near the bottom of the picture then adjusted the contrast and saturation to make it look painted like a model:thumbup:


Yeesh, I'm still learning. That all sounds like gobbledeegook to me. I'll have to have a nosey.

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wish i could afford a proper lens:thumbup:


I dont know alot about photography, but if you can do that to my pic taken on a nokia n95 8gb (the best camera on a phone there is I think?) then yes i imagine your results would be incredible with a reallly good camera.:thumbup1:

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