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Retouching Challenge #44
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Goose3


Junior Member

Registered: November 2006
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In PS Elements:

Degrundge technique as explained on RetouchPro tutorial.

Brightness/Contrast Adjustments on Lips and Eyes

Levels Adjustments on Entire Photo
· Date: 12/3/2006 · Views: 2891 · Filesize: 36.5kb, 167.6kb · Dimensions: 800 x 1000 ·
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Lorraine

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Registered: September 2001
Location: Flemington, NJ
Posts: 219
12/4/2006 5:14am

Goose3,

Her skin tone is fantastic. Nice work.

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Cassidy
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Registered: September 2002
Location: Australia
Posts: 1,104
12/4/2006 8:16am

Skin looks great (though I struggled for nearly 1/2 an hour trying to work out if the spot on the chin was a pimple or a freckle and finally decided on a pimple).
Think the eyes could have been a little sharper though.

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Goose3
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Registered: November 2006
12/4/2006 11:46am

Thank you Lorraine and Cassidy for the kind words.

I've decided to try taking my photography to the next level and that includes learning the art of retouching. So, I'm very new at it.

I decided that the mark on her chin was a freckle and left it in. I was disappointed with the lack of sharpness in the eyes from the original and wasn't sure what could be done until I saw your retouch, Cassidy...beautiful.

I have since returned to the photo and tried the high pass filter technique you described to increase the sharpness on the eyes and teeth. I'm much happier, but think that, with experience, I can do it better (and quicker!).
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