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Here’s another great find. This guy also uses his “photography” site to sell “real” designer sunglasses and his old treadmill!
You have to click on loads of buttons before you can actually see his pictures but they are well worth it! He even has a 15 minute video of wedding pictures. I watched the minute with out actually seeing a single wedding photo!
Facebook actually recommended this faux to me!
Limited edition photography – another great name.
EMF, sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner, the problem with Topaz is that it seems to be impossible to mask a straight line with it. So if you tried to cut out a black cube on a white background, it will give you a fuzzy mess. But if you want to separate a cream dog from a white background it can do a pretty good job.
Yeah!!! Sorry eye doc, but his link is much funnier than the sitcom you posted about.
After all, It’s very comfort in use and his site promises photo editing with no effort!
errrrr……… Isn’t a sitcom supposed to be, well you know……….. funny?
I’ve got Topaz re mask and I use it a lot, but I find it works great on somethings and is useless on others. Trouble is, it’s often the job you’d think would be easy that it can’t handle. I don’t think there is one tool / software that can do everything. I often revert to the basic PS tools for masking.
YAY ! Ebi is back……..Helmets on everyone.
Eyedoc, I don’t think you were here last time Ebi posted. He doesn’t take any prisoners but he does know what’s what!
Where did CC find the other images? The 3 the OP posted are pretty boring……..
Every wedding pose will only work with certain body shapes. You need to have poses for tall brides who marry midgets and fat grooms who marry rakes. They all start with “normal” poses that I adapt to fit. I haven’t done many gay weddings but I treat them just like any other.
My first gay wedding felt like a bit of a cheat as the bride was a oriental lady boy, and the best looking bride I had all year!
If you want to find faux togs, just join a Facebook buy and sell group and then post a message saying you are looking for some one to take your picture.
Works every time.
This guy has 41 years as a free lance photographer and uses a Vogue cover as his Facebook avatar, some of it’s okay, but why include these horrors?
I had to look at 4 or 5 shots before I realized that the out of focus bits were his ” Style” and not a mistake. But once I’d got over that I soon realized they were an amazing set of images. My only concern would be that they all appear to be personal images. Working with real clients (other peoples kids) is completely different to shooting your own family in your own home.
Okay. I can’t compete with Joaquims Photo Dreams, but I’ll give these guys a special mention as their website states that if you use a friend of a friend, you are likely to get a “hand full of low quality, un imaginative pictures”
Here’s a few gems from their FB page..
Same guy as my last post, but now I’ve found his proper photography Facebook page…
It’s not any better.
And now he’s advertising for models for the photography workshops he wants to run!!!