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pete917

Photoshop Porsche

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I've just started playing with Photoshop. Still learning, but its a great piece of software. I have been playing around with pictures of my 911. Here's one I used. It original was taken with the car up against a wall.

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Hi Pete

Excellent work!

I did a bit of self training on Photoshop,

using the DVDs of Chris Orwig, who I highly recommend as

an author for passing on training information on Photoshop.

He was so good, I feel as if I know the man.

With Chris Orwig's help and Photoshop, anyone can transform

images of their photo-genic Porsche into exciting

images, like you have done.

Any google search will locate Chris Orwig.

Cheers.

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Thanks Bruce - I'm self taught, but I could do with a little help so I might look him up. Its great fun today, but very time consuming.

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Now that's cool...I think Porsche should consider it as a viable paintjob!!!

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Bumping this in hopes you will share some more Pete917. Very cool!

Hi Mark -

Here's a batman one:

574819394.jpg

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I am feeling the need to research Photoshop for Mac.

What the Bat Mobile should have always been. Now just place it in Gotham :-)

Thanks Pete917!

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I am feeling the need to research Photoshop for Mac.

What the Bat Mobile should have always been. Now just place it in Gotham :-)

Thanks Pete917!

Hey Mark - I totally agree. Batman would have looked cool in a 911 :-) Gotham, hhmmmm. I'll see what I can do.

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