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happyamateur
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LugiWaterMask vfbox

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Hi folks, I have a new AOP in the making that uses the LugiWaterMask vfbox.

I have tried editing this in Photo Reactor but that software leaves me baffled!

Can anyone help with editing it please?

I want the "natural borders" mask, which fades out the edges of the image, removing.

Here's hoping!

Adrian

rgalka
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by rgalka »

Hi happyamatuer… thanks for the AOPs
Regarding your question.. I do not have an answer... I have yet to delve into the AOP creation world.. I do see the usefulness of natural borders and imagine that you can default the natural borders checkbox in your AOP. But if possible please allow your AOP to check if the user has unchecked the natural borders checkbox and code your processes accordingly. ;O)

Thanks

mhwarner
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Re: LugiWaterMask vfbox

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happyamateur wrote:
Hi folks, I have a new AOP in the making that uses the LugiWaterMask vfbox.

I have tried editing this in Photo Reactor but that software leaves me baffled!

Can anyone help with editing it please?

I want the "natural borders" mask, which fades out the edges of the image, removing.

Here's hoping!

Adrian
Lugi seems not to have posted here for several months. I don't want to offend, but if you will post the vfbox here, I will fix or tell you how to fix it. Failing that, open any photo in PhotoReactor and apply that vfbox to it and then save the photo. The settings will be stored inside that photo and I can edit the vfbox from there. I haven't downloaded all of Lugi's AOPs, so I don't know which one it came from and I don't seem to have that particular one on my computer. It's won't be that hard to remove it.

happyamateur
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by happyamateur »

Thanks Mary!

File attached :)
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mhwarner
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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happyamateur wrote:
File attached :)
Here you go!
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happyamateur
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by happyamateur »

Thanks Mary - you are a star!

happyamateur
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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Sharing a new AOP, completed with Mary's help

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ur-A-- ... sp=sharing

rgalka
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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Thanks for sharing.. looks like a winner ;O)

Peter-GZ
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Peter-GZ »

happyamateur wrote: Sharing a new AOP, completed with Mary's help
Many thanks for the AOP, :)
All my edited photos are photographs by me.

Pete
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Pete »

mhwarner wrote:
happyamateur wrote:
File attached :)
Here you go!
Hi Mary

Complete newbie here, and I'm struggling to get to grips with DAP/PR (running on a Macvia 'Parallels' to persuade it that its windows). I know I'm no youngster, but its quite difficult to find resources that I can learn to create templates from (let alone PR stuff - and get back to DAP, it really doesn't like it on a mac).

Anyway, I thought I'd take a peek at your website but can't get beyond the landing screen of your opening page - its possibly a mac security thing as it doesn't like opening or running scripts from a 'non-secure' site. ls it just me, I wonder (I wouldnt be at all surprised!). I'll try juggling some security settings, but meanwhile any pointers/directions for learning sources would be most welcome!

:)

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