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Old 01-03-04, 04:24 AM Thread Starter   #1
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photoshop 7 and mirroring


I see some really cool pictures sometimes that they will have like a car, then it will be mirrored onto the ground, or onto a wall, or something like that.

what is the fastest way to do something like that?

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There is a filter I'm sure. But, for a simple effect just make a duplicate layer and flip horizontal then fade it out until it looks right. that should make a nice reflection.

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Old 01-04-04, 08:29 PM   #3
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Wish i could remember. There is a filter used just for that. I had it on my old computer. Just highlighted the area u wanted, then use that filter along with choosing a few options and bam.
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hit it up on google...people make their own filters all the time..many of them suck in my opinion, but here and there you come across some good ones (what do u want for free?)

i belevie what your looking for can be found in flaming pear filters, that or eye candy 4000

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i have the flaming pearl set, 41 of them or something....

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Flip the image upside down, move it so everything lines up, lower the opacity. That's how I do it anyways.

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