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    Quote Originally Posted by Mavik View Post
    I bought the book the other day and I loved it! Awesome stuff and thanks for sharing doc!
    I am very glad that so many of you like it. The pleasure now is all mine to be able to share. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtbh View Post
    I am very glad that so many of you like it. The pleasure now is all mine to be able to share. Thanks!
    Doc, where can i get the book?

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    Doc, where can i get the book?
    You can get it from shashinki.com here http://www.photomalaysia.com/forums/...ad.php?t=49797.

    Please note the Discount coupon for photomalaysia members.

    Thanks!

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    First of all thanks Dr. Teh for the tips and sharing. Today place an order and practice it with my GF photo. Here is what i get after go through the steps. I'm surprise with the impact and will continue to fine tune my skill. Dr. Teh, thanks again for the kind sharing.

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    I have purchase the e-book and intend to print it for easy reference as I don't like to switch between the e-Book and Photoshop on the PC. Anyone now where can I send it for decent printing and binding at a good price? Pls advice thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by well2k26 View Post
    First of all thanks Dr. Teh for the tips and sharing. Today place an order and practice it with my GF photo. Here is what i get after go through the steps. I'm surprise with the impact and will continue to fine tune my skill. Dr. Teh, thanks again for the kind sharing.

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    Nice touch, Brian. Notice how the image pops out in the AFTER image. One note: I would have cloned the "blemishes" (esp the BCG scar) on her left upper limb.

    Yes, fine tune it and play with the various adjustments to your taste. You will have many fun days ahead of you.

    Also remember that the ebook is all about post-processing. Everyone also still has to fine tune their vision and capturing technique. That is why photography is so fun.

    If you guys like I'll try to organise a photoshoot session with Kharu specially for all purchasers of this ebook where we can discuss the technique after the session.


    Quote Originally Posted by nikhamidi View Post
    I have purchase the e-book and intend to print it for easy reference as I don't like to switch between the e-Book and Photoshop on the PC. Anyone now where can I send it for decent printing and binding at a good price? Pls advice thanks.

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    I would have liked a personal hard copy for reference too. That is the reason why I have enabled printing; what I like to have I want you all to have too.

    Sorry I can't help you on where to have it done for a reasonable price. I am sure others can help.

    Have fun with the ebook too!

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    First, I need to buy the CS3.

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    Re: Portraiture Post Processing for Beginners

    i bought and LOVIN' IT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lezley View Post
    First, I need to buy the CS3.
    You may try a free trial version from Adobe... or even getting the cheaper CS2.


    Quote Originally Posted by Caranthir View Post
    i bought and LOVIN' IT!
    I am so glad! Thanks for your support..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtbh View Post
    Nice touch, Brian. Notice how the image pops out in the AFTER image. One note: I would have cloned the "blemishes" (esp the BCG scar) on her left upper limb.

    Yes, fine tune it and play with the various adjustments to your taste. You will have many fun days ahead of you.

    Also remember that the ebook is all about post-processing. Everyone also still has to fine tune their vision and capturing technique. That is why photography is so fun.

    If you guys like I'll try to organise a photoshoot session with Kharu specially for all purchasers of this ebook where we can discuss the technique after the session.

    wow.. that is a very good news for all the purchasers!! Hurray Please keep us inform if there is any outing for us. Thanks Dr.Teh

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    If you guys like I'll try to organise a photoshoot session with Kharu specially for all purchasers of this ebook where we can discuss the technique after the session.


    You say leh? Heck, I will even share the cost This is what I call CRM, Customer Relations Management
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    Edward: Pls do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edward chan View Post
    If you guys like I'll try to organise a photoshoot session with Kharu specially for all purchasers of this ebook where we can discuss the technique after the session.


    You say leh? Heck, I will even share the cost This is what I call CRM, Customer Relations Management
    Quote Originally Posted by beyond View Post
    Edward: Pls do.
    We are all suppose to share la.

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    Hi, i had bought the e-book too. it is really nice n easy to learn. thanks doc.

    here is my try. hope can get some C&C

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    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by secretguy View Post
    Hi, i had bought the e-book too. it is really nice n easy to learn. thanks doc.

    here is my try. hope can get some C&C

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    Cheers,
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    Hi Yee Loon,

    First of all thanks for your support.

    I will give my C&C based on just the post-processing as that's what the book is all about.

    You did well in the skin processing; she should be very pleased with it. You can actually remove the slight frown too.

    I like how you have darkened the background to further emphasise on the subject. However watch out for the lose of details in her hair in certain areas. Overall you have done well for a start. The subject now pops out at the viewer. Well done!

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    Yee Loon,

    Love to have the brown hair back in your "after". Thanks for sharing.
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    Got sometime so do a 2nd practice.

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    Nice processing well2k26. Somehow I prefer just the headshot as I find there are too many distracting elements esp the white dress. Maybe just show us the headshot?

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Portraiture Post Processing for Beginners

    hi Frd..

    Im a beginner in photograpahy..
    I would like to learn from you how to process the picture.
    can u guide me.

    Thank you.
    raj
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    Quote Originally Posted by abskumar View Post
    hi Frd..

    Im a beginner in photograpahy..
    I would like to learn from you how to process the picture.
    can u guide me.

    Thank you.
    raj
    abskumar_bmw@yahoo.com
    Hi Raj, that's is what this ebook is all about. Read it and you will have a good start.

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