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PSP7 and cut-out filter?

Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2007 4:33 am
by gunsan
I still use PSP7.4 as my working horse. I know it so well and like it better than the newer versions.
Now I wonder if there is a god cut-out filter that still can run on PSP7.
All of the new good ones just are Photoshop compatible

Gun




Galleries

Digitalart: http://stop.to/gunsan/
Pet portraits: http://gunsan.webb.se/
Childrens portraits: http://barnbild.webb.se/

Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2008 3:17 am
by beeryoni
hey Gunsan.
those galleries of yours are amazing!
great work. i am very impressed!.
i especially like the one with the dog.
sorry, i do not know any filters that run on psp7.
Yoni from horsesring

Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2008 12:47 pm
by HaraldHeim
Do you mean a filter for masking certain image area? Have yiou tried Fluid Mask (http://www.vertustech.com)?

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 2:23 pm
by Vadim
You can try GrowCut - http://www.growcut.com/

pet portraits

Posted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 7:31 am
by GoodArtist
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A month ago I got a pet portraits from a reputed company in UK. I have a doubt but they are not responding to my mails.

My doubt is --- that how to protect the portraits from the dust and all? If i can get a few ideas would be helpful for me!

How to protect photos

Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2008 5:25 pm
by LyndaLBD
For something as special as this is, I would go to a framing service and ask them what sort of treatment is best. It all depends on the paper and finish. I would also use non-reflective glass, that would deflect the sun from the portrait. The professional service would know for sure.

PSP7....

Posted: Wed Jul 09, 2008 5:39 pm
by eritott
Hi Gunsan,
PSP 7 was my second PSP, a fantastic program - and a special thanks to J B Kabala. But, if the plugins you are talking about, are .8bf they will run under PSP 7 as well. Just check out the "ending" - .8bf.
Regards
eric

Re: pet portraits

Posted: Wed Jul 09, 2008 5:47 pm
by eritott
GoodArtist wrote:---------------------

A month ago I got a pet portraits from a reputed company in UK. I have a doubt but they are not responding to my mails.

My doubt is --- that how to protect the portraits from the dust and all? If i can get a few ideas would be helpful for me!


Sorry, don't really understand the problem, but if you want to get rid of "dust" on a digital pic, just try the Polaroid filter, "pdsr1_0.exe", works as a stand alone. If you cannot find it anywhere on the web, please send me an e-mail to: eritott@hotmail.com and I will send it to you. If the problem is with paper pictures then forget this issue.
Reg. eric