Second Life Photography Tutorial Part 1 d4mations Photography July 5th, 2019 13 Comments 226 views Here is a tutorial on Second Life Photography Part 1 In this tutorial I teach you how to edit Second Life photographs! Photoshop hot key – [ = smaller brush ] = bigger brush Original source Tags inkpen, kimmy, Life, photography tutorials, photography;, Second, tutorial Share : tweet Previous Next About the : d4mations Related Posts Fstoppers Reviews Expressive Photography's Creative Black and White Processing Video Course July 3rd, 2020 Camera Aperture in marathi || aperture tutorial || photography tutorials beginners July 3rd, 2020 Get Out of Your Creative Box: Fstoppers Interviews Kelly Robitaille July 2nd, 2020 BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY in the forest || exciting nature moments – tips and tricks July 2nd, 2020 Fstoppers Reviews Haida's Red Diamond Series Filters July 1st, 2020 How to take sharp images – Malayalam photography tutorials by Rasheed thayalar July 1st, 2020 13 Comments Kristin Akers July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply Can you give us your liquify settings? Bren Dovgal July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply Tell me the pocket gets sewn on the pants in the next video >.< JuicyQTsoFlyy4EVA July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply I sure do wish you would make more videos.Your videos are very educational and extremely helpful. I use the tips that you gave me into different areas of all my pictures and they turn out gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with us some of the tips you have discovered…and should you make more newer updated versions of your videos I will surely be tuned in! Poppy Panache July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply no pixely edges?? when you liquified her face i saw a thin green line around your whole avi! Kodaijin Starfall July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply I have to ask, why did you take the snapshot in JPG and not in PNG/BMP that is lossy so you don't get the odd variations in color from the compression? InvisibleHeero July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply And suddenly my ex became skinny. LMAO sorry, great tutorial, I guess you could always just blur the whole image too instead of liquify and then just play with the layers. keep up the awesome tuts Anon July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply Hello Roigna! To set your images to high res go to preferences>advanced in your viewer (firestorm) and check the advanced menu… at the top of your viewer you should now have an advanced tab. Click that and click "high res snapshot". To make them even more high res, when you click "snapshot" you will see some options, click disk to save it to your desktop and do a custom size that is big (i.e. 4000X4000). You will definitely have some high res shots now! Hope it helps! Anon July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply Hello Brian! Yes she didn't… its the magic eraser tool (photoshop cs6), I usually have the tolerance at about 40-60… depends what your model is wearing and what the back drop color is you are trying to get rid of. Hope it helps! Layla Bug July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply What's wrong with your voice,do you scare little children lmao Spooky Mistwallow July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply Why wouldnt you just remove color or raise the tolerance on your background eraser for that green? Spent half the tutorial doing something that should take seconds 😉 roigna18 July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply hey! thanx for your tutorial! how fdo you get a high res pic from second life? is it just taken like that in game? Allie borba July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply thank you so much for these Alexandra Lyons July 5, 2019 at 13:24Log in to Reply It usually doesnt work well if it is with black hair. Is it with black hair? you could also try looking for green screen removal software and piratebay them! by going to w w w. piratebay dot se REPLACE THe WORD dot with . and remove the spaces between w and w and wand also you have to not get software that has to many leechers you want as many seeders as possible when downloading piratebay software! Piratebay is a website for you to get free software! Let me know if I can help you anymore! Leave A Comment Click here to cancel reply. You must be logged in to post a comment.