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One minute second makeover ...
Old 04-14-2005, 09:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I like to set myself challenges. How much can you do to a photo in one minute using Photoshop? I did not count the load time of the filter I used in the one minute. Here is a one minute example:



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Excellent example of creative trickery at the speed of a Photoshop wizard. I have yet to break the five minue turn-around barrier (blame it on a slow PC ... or just that it's a PC and not a MAC .... or just that the operator is getting slow) Care to share what plug-in you used?

Following pic of new DFW model (Mina) took about 8 minutes -- not including the search for the Thailand flag. Inspiration was an old Sargeant Pepper's Beatles poster.

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I used the PGE 6 plugins from AutoFX. This was done with the montage effect. Here is another example. You just click on the various elements and then load a photo into each. You can add as many frame elements as you want and each can be different if desired.



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