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    Blonds on blue. Now you tell me. Good to know really good to know.


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    The hardest part is the lower right of her hair. If she were moving the matted look won't be as prevalent.


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    Finally stumbled across results I'm happy with. Nothings too blurry, I can see all the strands of hair, and I don't run into any green edges.


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    In case anyone's curious, that was the closeup. The wide shot is below. The wide I had less troubles with, though the composition as a whole was much more complicated.


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    I just had to give it a try. Just a straight composite without tweaking color, lights, etc. It took about 2 minutes to do. I'm sure I could tweak it even more, but didn't have the time.

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    Stuie, believe it or not that's what I ended up doing mostly as well. It seemed at first that I, as well as the other few people who tried their hand at it, went into the composite thinking "PERFECTION MUST BE ACHIEVED", and what happened was we ended up using all the extra tricks and tools and everything we could to make it seemless, and in the end it only kept getting shades of worse. When I finally stepped back, and erased the keylight effect from that layer, and all the work I had done, and started FRESH, I realized that practically right out of the can the effect worked nearly the best.


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