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  1. merrygold
    February 2nd, 2014 01:18 PM
    merrygold
    Thanks for explaining how you took the photo of the wolf. No wonder he seemed so at ease. Here in suburban New Jersey we have no shortage of wildlife. There are rabbits, squirrels, skunks,hawks, way to many deer, and bears have been seen sometimes in the town. I grew up on a farm in Virginia and I never saw so much wildlife as we have here. The deer are so used to people you can just about walk up to them. I could take lots of deer photos but they do so much property damage that I just chase them away. The hawks are more interesting. I have taken photos of them.
  2. merrygold
    February 1st, 2014 10:39 PM
    merrygold
    Hi Sepiana
    Thank you for replying to my question. My husband was wondering how you got the photo of the wolf. Last question . Did you use a telephoto lens? It was nice of you to send
    the link to Bear County USA. I will check into it. Now I am interested in Wolves. I have some new photos I will be posting . I have had so many other things going on I have not had much time to go on the site. I am glad to be back. Thanks again.
  3. merrygold
    February 1st, 2014 06:57 PM
    merrygold
    I was looking around today and was looking to see if you posted anything new. I was looking at the black dog or wolf photos, as I have done many times. I think it is a wolf and my husband thinks it is a dog. So to settle the argument, I would like to ask you which it is. I am really curious . All the best
  4. Howard 52
    November 29th, 2013 08:42 PM
    Howard 52
    Sepiana, There was a question about the Hardness Slider Greyed out. I was looking at it w/o signing in - after I signed in, I could not find the query. Anyway, I took a look and my Hardness Slider was also greyed out. It turned out that the brush selection was for a brush I had made. That was probably the cause of the initial posting.
  5. Howard 52
    November 21st, 2013 08:08 PM
    Howard 52
    Thank you. I resized and the selection became available. I didn't see anything in the Video or the "cheat sheet" about this. Thanks again
  6. Gary Hunt
    September 10th, 2013 11:30 AM
    Gary Hunt
    Sepiana - you haven't heard from me in about a month. Been very busy. Tried to do the Banish Boring Sky tutorial and it worked fine until the very end when I got to the "constrain proportions". Couldn't find anywhere. Where might I locate this.
  7. ronszak
    September 3rd, 2013 11:51 PM
    ronszak
    I normally don't look at Birthdays but then I saw your name. It's late in the day, but better late than never..Happy Birthday good friend!
  8. emm5
    July 2nd, 2013 03:58 PM
    emm5
    Thank you, that worked!!
  9. Spotted
    March 9th, 2013 01:08 PM
    Spotted
    Hello :-)
    I can't seem to upload any images anymore. When I click on the little icon, the whole webpage seems to deactivate for a second.
    Have you had that before?
    Thanks,
    Stefanie
  10. Baconphoto
    January 11th, 2013 07:16 PM
    Baconphoto
    I'm working on a trial version of Remask 3. I am not planning to remove the background on wedding veils or wild hair-dos. I like to make selective adjustments, such as treating the sky differently than foreground in landscape shots. Remask 3 seems only a little faster than the selection tools in PSE9. Is Perfect Mask 5.2 better, faster? Is there something else that's relatively quick? From the videos, Perfect Mask seems to use the same type of tools as Remask. Suggestions? Many thanks.

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