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Benching Corrections

Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by JambaJuice, Sep 15, 2005.

  1. JambaJuice

    JambaJuice 12oz Senior Member

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    Benching Corrections

    Discussion started by JambaJuice - Sep 15, 2005

    For those who bench, getting a direct head on photo of a dope train is what your going for.
    It's not always possible when there's no room,
    trees, other lines, etc. But now it is!
    I know most of you dont care much, but if you really want to correct a flick to show your homies or some fly chicas, here's how. Here is your angled flick:
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    Now open your Photoshop, Paint shop pro, or equivilent.
    Select the "Perspective Correction" button and it will pop up like this
    (forgive the crappy drawing but you get the idea):

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    Next, drag the corners of the pop up box to the edges of the car like so:

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    Then click "ok" or the checkbox or equivilent, and your picture will be staight.
    After cropping the photo, you have your finished product.

    [​IMG]

    Doing this will also save 12oz some space and your photos will upload quicker!
     
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  2. black tooth

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    black tooth - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    hey fuckface...........your gonna get a shot in the face for knowing that. fucka computer.
     
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  3. black tooth

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    black tooth - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    that is some decent 411 though.......but your still getting a punch in tha grill for bein sucha net nerd.
     
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  4. Mpls7

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    Mpls7 - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    I COME HERE TO CHECK OUT THE FREIGHTS. IF I WANTED TO LEARN PHOTO SHOP TRICKS ID BE ON PHOTOSHOP WEB SITES.

    DONT WASTE MY TIME ... ITS WORTH TOO MUCH MONEY
     
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  5. snowkid

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    snowkid - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    what program are you using? because photoshop doesnt make it that easy. unless i am missing something completely.
     
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  6. Hermdog

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    Hermdog - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    Interesting...maybe I'll try it out sometime...
     
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  7. HATEBREEDER

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    HATEBREEDER - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    thats sick as fuck.

    ill send you some flicks so you can correct em for me.
     
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  8. HATEBREEDER

    HATEBREEDER 12oz Member

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    HATEBREEDER - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    obviously these kids complaining dont have shit worth flicking.
     
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  9. FunTimePartyTeam

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    FunTimePartyTeam - Replied Sep 15, 2005


    It actually is that easy - Control T your selection (transform), and then hold control and your arrow will lose its tail and become grey. Then do it.

    But i agree that this maybe should be somewhere else.
     
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  10. ArtistikFunk

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    ArtistikFunk - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    use a few line guides then transform...the only bad thing about this method is the wheels will look skewed.. Now youre gunna have to go out & get a flick of the wheels...
     
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    IHeartFr8s - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    where in the hell is the "Perspective Correction" button on photoshop?
     
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    Blood Sucking Son of a Bitch - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    hur hur dude said photoshop hur hur
     
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  14. pour forward

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    pour forward - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    right next to the "easy" button (big red button under desk)
     
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  15. JambaJuice

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    JambaJuice - Replied Sep 15, 2005

    yeah feel free to send me any flicks you got and i'd be happy to

    edit: that goes for anybody else too
     
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