19 February 2009

Touch Up

I'd never been aware of how powerful photo editing software could be.

I invested in a copy of Adobe Photoshop Elements back in December and only recently started going through old photographs. The ones I'd taken with my old Pentax K-1000 (a film camera made in the '60s) had been digitally scanned, but I'd never played with them much. Here are a few examples of what Elements was able to do:


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3 comments:

Mitch Minarick said...

Well your old roommate could have told you that. He used to do many things with that software, including changing zeros into ones (to add a year to someone's age) as well as adding pimples to peoples faces on their new identification cards as part of the price they had to pay for bugging him. He's not extremely proud of his proficiency but he sure could make a 21 one year old have a realistic looking breakout.

flatlander said...

OK OK I'll pay! Your thinly veiled threats are too much for me.

mags said...

Wow, that's pretty impressive...