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10-22-2008, 06:44 AM #11Supreme Team Alumni Member/Instructor
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Candi, most cameras do have a macro option. In all the point and shoots that I've used, the icon on the dial always looks like a Tulip. Sometimes there's actually an option on the dial, but if you're using a super small camera that doesn't have the different modes on the dial, you may have to go into setup on your camera to choose it.
Hope that helps!
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10-29-2008, 03:13 PM #12GDS Dabbler
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I am new here and this posting answer most of my question..Thank you for all the tips..
06-09-2009, 10:09 AM #13
These are great tips for doing extractions; a little preparation ahead of the photo shoot really helps!
06-10-2009, 11:14 AM #14
Hi @ all,
I don´t know if you have it in PSE but extracting works best with the path tool - you can easily go along the lines and also adjust the points you´ve set. So if pse has that you should give it a try. Perfectly clean edges? You get them with lots of patience - just kidding - after i made a path and put it to selection i contract the selection a pixel or maybe two so if i done the path well i´ll get pretty good edges.
hope that helps