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    Anyone crop a pic?

    Anyone crop this picture just to show the outline of the deer so I can insert it in another photo. If its a lot of work or anything, don't worry about it, just if it takes a couple of seconds.

    Thanks
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    Neat picture. It can be done with Photo Shop. I can't describe the steps though. Sorry.
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    There's a slight problem with one hind leg, and the antlers are tough...

    Someone else can do this way better than I can.

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    I appreciate the try,but that left a white background behind the deer. I was hoping that it would only leave the deer (no background) so I could paste it another picture. Maybe what I am wanting can't be done.

    Thanks for trying, you had the right idea.
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    It can be done in photoshop as frank said, you need to create a cliping mask for it, I will try at a later time if no one else beats me to it as I am on break at work at the moment and not enough time right now, maybe at home tonight.

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Niemi View Post
    It can be done in photoshop
    Tom
    Have two programs

    PaintNet.com
    and
    Magnix Extreme

    Would love to see how you do it with the deer picture,
    Dont want to steal this thread.

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    So, Just used PaintShopPro 9 set the palette transparency to the backgound color. If all went well, you should be able to use this.



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    I've used Paint Shop Pro for years now and I must say that it is just great. I don't have quick access to a big picture of this, but this picture here is made up of 4 separate pictures pasted into one.

    The train was taken in a railroad yard in MN
    The sky was stolen from another picture because it looked brighter blue
    The lighthouse and tree are from Maine (but reversed via mirror image)
    The Ocean scene came from another picture since it had bigger waves

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    Aaron, here is one for you to try, if it does not work will try something different.
    also if you have a higher res pic to email, it won't be so pixelated
    Last edited by Tom Niemi; 11-20-2007 at 04:20 PM.

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    ok pic wont attatch will try again

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