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Unit A: Original photo on left and new on right. The change I made in this photo is rotating it a little bit.
Unit B: Original photo on left and new on right. The changes I made were applying color fills by saving the color to a save selection.
Unit C: Original photo on left and new on right. To create the photo on the right I took two photos of the girls and I put them in the corner and then put an outer glow layer around them.
Unit D: Original photo on left and new on right. On this photo I just applied a couple of filters and changed the hue, saturation, and lightness.
Unit E: Original photo on left and new on right. On this photo all I did was apply a gradient from the top of the text to the bottom of the text.
Unit F: Original photo on left and new on right. For this photo I only changed the fill colors and so it made the photo slightly more darker.
Unit G: Original photo on left and new on right. On this photo I positioned the screened lens flare that I had applied. I scaled the size down a bit. I viewed the final effect with two motion blurs applied.
Unit H: Original photo on left and new on right. I used the gaussian blur and desaturated it. I also changed the opacity.
Original photo on left and new on right. I used the stamp tool to make eyes and noses on a couple of them. I also added font.
Original photo on left and new on right. I inverted the original photo to get the new one.
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On this photo of me, I got rid of the blemishes under my eye and chin on the right side pf my face. I also used the wind affect on my name.
On this photo, I used the quick selection tool to crop me and put my body in front of the eiffle tower.
In this photo I combined a cat and a dog by cropping them with the quick selection tool and putting them on a grass background.
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