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Zevi Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Feb 2008Tue 18-Dec-12 02:39 AM
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Well, first -- thanks for all your valuable input. It helped steering me in my "quest for a mask" (sounds like something from Monty Python...).

I ended up downloading a demo version (which I plan to make a permanent one) of Topaz ReMask. Took some learning, and although not perfect -- that's what I managed to come up with. I know I lost some hair strands, but I also lost my patience...

Final image also includes some PP with Nik's Viveza and Color Efex Pro. C & C are always welcome!

Cheers,
Zevi.







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