Cloning/Stamping Assignment

© Judi E. Brenstein

Cloning/Stamping Assignment

Uploaded: February 15, 2003

Description

Well, I tried to put my method into one image instead of uploading multiple. It was a combination of rotating, selecting, and cloning. Hope you like it.

Comments

Damian P. Gadal February 15, 2003

Well done! #22799

Lawrence A. Whitaker May 26, 2019

good example but it could be much better. I like how you removed the white vent on the house and added the ball. but I wish that I could see all of the subjects hair in the wind. also the rest of her arm would add to the image. perphaps a more dramatice angle. #53791

Judi E. Brenstein May 26, 2019

Oh, I think it could be much better than that as a "picture" like not having that ugly fence or house behind her at all. However, this was a PhotoShop class exercise. Maybe I should take the fence and house out too and add a nice beach background....ah well, back to work. Thanks for your comments guys! #53904

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