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LiamL

So i'm not a pro at Photoshop but i decided to do a little edit of one of my Keichousaurus.

 

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Kane

Nice. And you don't even need something as fancy as Photoshop to edit pictures if mostly what you are going to do is crop, resize, and adjust brightness/contrast and sharpness. You may wish to experiment in changing your images to greyscale as sometimes colour can be a bit distracting from the details. In this case, it is already somewhat grey, but in other instances it does help in picking out a specimen from a busy, multi-coloured matrix!

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indominus rex

Oooo nice.... Maybe someday you can help me to photoshop one of my fossils to look complete:D

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Tidgy's Dad

Good job!

And it's a nice specimen, too! :) 

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caldigger

If you really want to have some fun, you can always put some flesh and skin back on that bad boy. B)

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indominus rex
Just now, caldigger said:

If you really want to have some fun, you can always put some flesh and skin back on that bad boy. B)

The power of Photoshop:yay-smiley-1: 

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Herb

Windows Photo Manager works well on the basics also and it is free, Also Photolemur basic

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