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05-25-2013 06:18 PM
kdb97tj Can some one photoshop my jeep with a black window frame please
03-14-2013 07:15 AM
Jsboening
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Originally Posted by dylan1991 View Post
I can't take credit for any of these but here's a few. One of the guys I work with likes to take pictures of my Jeep while its it the parking lot and photoshop stuff into them.

And my personal favorite haha
Nice shot of your...um... Headlights. TJ's always did have big headlights.
03-14-2013 12:26 AM
dylan1991 I can't take credit for any of these but here's a few. One of the guys I work with likes to take pictures of my Jeep while its it the parking lot and photoshop stuff into them.








And my personal favorite haha

03-12-2013 07:55 PM
nettechs The first post (third pic below) is a composite of these first two images below. The Jeep in the photo was masked (using the magnetic mask tool and some care) and copied out of the original. After some judicious resizing to the right scale, it was added as a layer over the forest picture. The shadow was done with the paintbrush tool set to "darken" and an opacity of about 50% using the grass color. Additional painting darkened the shadow but left the grass showing through. The reflections in the windows of the Jeep were darkened a bit with the paintbrush as well. The result is the third picture. Not perspectively correct, but neat for wallpaper.

Thought this might help...
03-12-2013 12:42 PM
justin-branam
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Originally Posted by Gunner View Post
This thread is going to make me learn photoshop. I have 5.5 and can't even do a layer yet. Dang.
Well worth the time:

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03-12-2013 11:40 AM
Gunner This thread is going to make me learn photoshop. I have 5.5 and can't even do a layer yet. Dang.
03-12-2013 11:28 AM
nettechs
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Originally Posted by justin-branam View Post
You mean, something like this?
Awesome... I love it!
03-12-2013 10:34 AM
justin-branam You mean, something like this?
03-12-2013 09:03 AM
nettechs
Photoshop your Jeep

Had a few moments the other day and decided to transplant a picture of my JKUR taken at a gas station into a more amenable background to use as wallpaper. Thought I might share and maybe start a thread for others to show off their Jeeps in a new light. Let you imagination run wild and share...

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