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How to better isolate this picture?

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narvikk
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Posted Thu May 17, 2007 7:03AM
I got rejection for a picture due to isolation but I am not sure what I can improve on it. Do you have any ideas please? The picture in full res (with a sample how it was before) you can find here: http://www.dot.cz/FTP/hen.jpg Thanx a lot for any help.
slobo
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Posted Thu May 17, 2007 10:03AM

"Original" detail is not the same image as isolated one.

When isolating subject it has to look like as if it was shot against white background, natural isolation.

Your isolation is too sharp in places and you should use wider feathering and in places maybe even brighten the edges.

However, you are much better off to naturally isolated the subject as much as you can, Use white or brigh colored background to start with.

I would give up on this one and try with a fresh image. 
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