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    Profile photo of Mistikal
    Mistikal
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    Chasing some work on a friends VB.

    – Try and delete the metal fence at the rear of the car, to simulate that the carpark does not stop there but continues further past the edge of the image.
    – Change the ground behind the car to a continuation of the concrete the car is parked on.
    – Continue the concrete wall in front of the car, replacing the black metal fence
    – Remove the join in the concrete wall.
    – Remove the weeds against the wall if possible.
    – Remove the metal pole at the far left edge of the photo.
    – The wheels usually have a Simmons cap on the hub, similar to the link below – try add something to the wheels to cover the hub.
    – Remove the key guard around the front door lock.
    – ‘Close’ the drivers window, as it was open a touch in the photo.
    – Tidy up as you see fit, but please don’t change anything else on the car.
    – Clean up the photo, its a bit washed out…
    – Depending on how it turns out, perhaps rotate the picture a touch just so the car sits level… not concerned about this if the end result is no good.

    Idea is to have a very clean, minimalist industrial looking backdrop, with the car being the only focus of attention but still retaining a minor level of detail in the surrounding area.

    Link to wheel caps (black cap, yellow rectangle with SIMMONS in the middle) — https://www.google.com.au/search?q=simmons+wheel+caps&tbm=isch

    Image of the car (deliberately did not put in image tags) — http://i.imgur.com/Tkun7Hp.jpg

    Many thanks in advance, this will bring a huge smile to a close friend of mine as it is something I would love to get professionally printed and framed.

    If a higher-res image is sought, the original is 4128*2322 and can be emailed/etc.

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    #2142
    Profile photo of Jaba
    Jaba
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    Jesus, don’t want much do you lol. Would almost be worth just taking the photo again.

    But I like a challenge. I’ll do it tomorrow mate. Should be able to do everything requested.

    #2155
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    have done it in the full size too… :)

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    #2158
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    SSN8TD
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    Wow, nice photoshop! Very impressive

    #2160
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    garvs
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    Wow, nice photoshop! Very impressive

    Some backgrounds are easy to manipulate ;)  others not so…

    Everything in that photochop was not too hard to do overall, just a little time :) it all worked out well, hardest part was closing the window and getting that to look decent.

    Thanks for the praise. haha

    #2317
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    Mistikal
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    Ah you’re a legend :D Where may I obtain a copy of the full-size?

    #2322
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    garvs
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    pm me your email and i will send

    #2325
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    Mistikal
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    PM sent!

    #2327
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    Thats a bloody awesome effort on the chop mate :)

    #2332
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    garvs
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    Email sent… it should print out fine :)

    Thanks Kroozer :)

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