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Timothy Obeck
EZ Skinny Tips?
on Aug 18, 2009 at 7:10:01 pm

I have a client that has a wedding photo they want adjusted to look like her arm is skinnier. She was taken at a unflattering angle. I thought there might be an easy adjustment that PS does to pull her excess arm skin in and let PS adjust the rest. Is this possible?

I thought I saw on a TV show they took several points they wanted affected and then dragged the points to skinny up a model photo.


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Micah McDowell
Re: EZ Skinny Tips?
on Aug 20, 2009 at 3:43:16 pm

There's a bunch of different ways you could do this...

Perhaps Filter/Liquify and then the Pucker or Push Left tools would work for you? Or, Edit/Transform/Warp will give you different points of adjustment that may work like what you saw. You'd probably want to select and copy the arm to a new layer and adjust it independently, and then clone in the layer underneath to fill the gap.


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Timothy Obeck
Re: EZ Skinny Tips?
on Aug 21, 2009 at 1:32:41 pm

thank you I'll try that.


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Emily Carmichael
Re: EZ Skinny Tips?
on Aug 21, 2009 at 1:34:31 pm

yeah I would go with warp.

You might want to rotate the duplicated layer so her arm is vertical or horizontal, that way the warp gridlines line up with the dimensions you want to reduce.


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