Photo Blend

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Oscar
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Re: Photo Blend

Post by Oscar »

This topic is now moved to its own PhotoBlend forum.
So we don't need to carry discussion in only one long topic. You can start new topics there and carry on.

Yuma
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Re: Photo Blend

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Oscar - I thought that the overlay feature for the subject would be a good addition to PhotoBlend. The subject would be able to pick up texture of the backdrop then.

Also, would be great to have dodge/burn/disaturation brush. Then you could adjust very locally the lighting and color on the subject which becomes affected after blending with backdrop.

What do you think?
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Re: Photo Blend

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megabizzy
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Re: Photo Blend

Post by megabizzy »

I think that Real Draw Pro and Photo Blend should be 'blended together' into a NEW software and then charge more for it! LOL

I would pay $100 for it so I wouldn't have to go between both programs...I am probably dreaming though... but don't want to wake up LOL

Yuma
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Re: Photo Blend

Post by Yuma »

Rocambole. I agree with Rachel - you made very interesting composition.
I painted the swan in DAP and lended it with paited backdrop in PB. Here is result.
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PeterL
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Re: Photo Blend

Post by PeterL »

Yuma, it looks really great.
Is the background (red/blue) also made with DAP ?

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Re: Photo Blend

Post by Yuma »

PeterL wrote:Yuma, it looks really great.
Is the background (red/blue) also made with DAP ?
Thank you Peter. No, that's the trick using PB that you can blend different medias. It was one of the free textures fro internet - modified a bit with colors.

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