Okay so my previous post about the wedding GiGi asked to see this one in Black and white and someone mentioned using the liquify tool
The black and white was easy. However I had heard about the liquify tool but have never used it.
So this is just a play, what do you think. Did I use it right? Could you notice if you werent looking for it???
I don't see anything "out of place" to indicate you used it. But I've never heard of the liquify tool, so I'm not really sure what to look for either. I will need to go and check out the original post.
ETA: I see it now. But ONLY because I was looking for it. If I had never known you used it, I wouldn't have see it. And just MO, but I like the color version better.
I see you reduced her back; it looks good if that's what everyone meant by using liquify. (I thought they meant use it on the arms but I wasn't sure). I like the conversion except her arm is very bright.
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Yikes....that is one BRIGHT BW! The liquify is fine...though I'd reduce her arm as well...but I'm not fond of that BW conversion at all.
Last edited by AmberBella; 10-06-2011 at 11:23 AM.
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lol I swear it wasn't that bright at midnight last night... Think I need to start going to bed earlier and getting more sleep.
Glad I got it with the liquify as like I said, it was the first time I had used it. I had to google it hehe!
Fixing b & w tonight!