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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={D233A679-13C1-4629-A4A7-3AAB91EB733C}&name=Young+Cha+KIM
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    19 Apr 2006

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  1. hi Paulette. I see. Me too, often the computer language is difficult. Thank you for your helpπŸ˜€
  2. Thank you.πŸ˜€ I kind of studying English at forum. Sometimes I notice that you shouldn't understand the language when visiting another country. Hello and thank you are powerful words which replace everything! "Everything in stock is a judgement call" sounds cool like the Prophets.πŸ˜‚ Edo sounds very very japanese by the way! Thank you for your advice.
  3. I know that you are talking about pne tool in a Photoshop πŸ˜€
  4. Edo. Everything in stock is a judgement call? PP? Sorry i don't understand with my english level. "I make fast decisions shooting and doing the PP with stock and move on to the next image. If you were to upload all three versions of that food pic you would only have three similars. That's fine and they are not even that similar." ok. "My advice? Move faster." That's true. I'm not photo editor as Alamy contributor. Thanks.
  5. Later on, I actually tried photpshop on ipad with a apple pen, it cut out much easierπŸ˜€.
  6. Hi Allan. PSE? I'm gonna google.πŸ™„ I've never heard of it, but it sounds like copy stump tool and i saw youtube tutrial working on hair. Photoshop is amazing.
  7. I started learning pen tool last week, Not to say complicated. but it's very long work,,,. Feather effect looks a bit old fashioned for me. well , it's case by case. Removing distracting things looks much faster and easier. Hair technique looks amazing. I start learning photoshop recently, before I only used lightroom.
  8. Hi MDM. You mean the edge? I found it difficult to do it. Maybe the solution is to to make edgeless, blur effect.
  9. Hi Ed. Actually your idea is faster and easier than cropping. Or I'll master cropping perfectly. Well, dark wooden table looks like black background. Black or white background, another question for me,,, White looks more popular than other on alamy collections that's why I cropped. Thanks
  10. Hi Spacecadet. I have to get informed with flash technics. Indeed crop helps a lot but I was afraid the size of it would be too small. Next time I'll just move the surroundings. I'll think well before shooting. Thanks.
  11. Hi David. I think of doing cut out because my food photos are with too much stuff around object. (Provably I had to photograph quickly being with other people.) this is an old photo and I used to use flash, now I stop it fortunately. Good point! Thank you.
  12. Hi. Someone can answer my question? I know this is my second one of this month 😌! I just wonder if the photos of food should be cut out or not. ( ex. the following ones) I don't think it's good idea to put both of them.( too confusing for customers and too much number) Most of the time, the surrounding of the object aren't nice, too messy or whatever.( of course I could've get rid of plates next to them as a possibility) Normally buyers have to cut out, am I right? Young
  13. Hi MizBrown. Yes it's not on google search. Now I'm trying to find Mexican friend to know what it is.πŸ˜ƒ
  14. Hi DD Shape yes but different hardness πŸ€”
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