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September 18, 2012
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Spring cleaning with PSE10.
Gone are the pole, wires, trees and shrubs.
Added is some fencing, grass, road and pathways.

Nikon D5100 with kit 18-55mm lens at 55mm
1/30 sec., hand held
f/5.6
ISO-800

https://easy-exposure.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/fj3p6-House-before.jpg
https://easy-exposure.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/b39rv-House-after.jpg

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September 18, 2012
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Mandrake, I think you did a good job on this. Maybe you can share with us some tools you used. Thanks.

September 22, 2012
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I always use many of the available tools in PSE without keeping track of them. For this, I know that the main tool used was the clone stamp for building the fence, pathways, windows and roof. I used a stock photo of a rainy road for the foreground street and the side street as well, as it was a different coloring. I do not think that I used any layer masking on this work. There were changes in color and lighting as is obvious by comparing the two files. Hope this answers your question.

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November 24, 2012
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Mandrake,
You are good Dr, you are good.
You can work as freelance. Now I understand you nikename.
But it is not fear to educate children in the philosophy of cheating. I will wait Okasana posted the clases of Capture NX2.
Jajaja
You are good Dr. you are good.

November 24, 2012
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lol… Thank you, silky. I haven’t figured out the meaning of your nick yet, but i did learn that Jajaja means ha, ha, ha.
I do appreciate your appreciation.
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December 3, 2012
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Mandrake – Just had a look at the “spring cleaning” pic and really impressed!
Think I might just have to look into PSE one of these days. Only hope I’ll be
smart enough to figure it out if I buy it lol.
Dale – nikonguy

December 3, 2012
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Thanks, Dale.
Now that I’m having a second look at it, I’m seeing some places that still need work. Never mind… I’ll leave it be.

I’m sure you’ll have no problem with PSE. Only thing is that it does take a lot of time. I’ve got that, being retired and all, but I suppose you’ve seen my bio.

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December 6, 2012
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Mandrake – I don’t know if you still look on this
posting but I just realized that you were affected
by hurricane Sandy.
I had no idea but I will tell you that we, in Canada
sure felt for all those affected by this catastrophe!!!
Hoping everything is getting back to normal now
and can’t imagine the devastation it created.
The news pictures could only give us an idea of
the damage done.
Hope all is well for everyone now…Dale
By the way, living on the west coast of Canada puts
us right on a major fault line so we’re waiting for the
BIG quake…if I survive I’ll get some pics lol!

December 6, 2012
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Thank you for you good thoughts, Dale. It was a bit rough for a time. I was without power for a week and there are still trees to remove from some of our local roads. But, yes.. things are pretty much back to normal and none in my family suffered any serious loss.

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