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sweet 16 glamour
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ontwolf


Junior Member

Registered: September 2008
Location: ontario canada
Posts: 17
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When I saw this just knew I had to try it. I am quite happy with the results. Any feedback greatly appreciated

1. duplicated image
2. did good levels adjustment layer
3. made path of girl and roses
4. extracted and replaced background
5. copy merged
6. made new layer and pasted (blend mode to overlay)
7. did inverted high pass to smooth skin tones and applied layer mask and adjusted opacity.
8. copy merged
9. made new layer and pasted
10. made selection of face and light tones in hair and copied to new layer(blend mode luminosity)
11. applied Gaussian blur and surface blur
12. selected background layer
13. made selection of face and light tones in hair, inverted and copied to new layer
14. applied gaussian blur
15. made numerous adjustment layers
16. did another levels adjustment and made frame
· Date: 11/19/2008 · Views: 3724 · Filesize: 26.4kb, 163.3kb · Dimensions: 800 x 971 ·
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Vestlending
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Registered: October 2006
11/20/2008 12:20am

You obviously know your Phtotoshop tools and there are much to admire her, but isn´t her skin on the too bright side?
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ontwolf
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Registered: September 2008
Location: ontario canada
Posts: 17
11/20/2008 2:08pm

thankyou for your comments, I was attempting to give the portrait the traditional darkroom diffusion look. My father used to use this method manually many years ago where a black or dark mesh is held under an enlarging lens. I am attempting to do this digitally. so please any comments greatly appreciated so I can attempt to tweak settings.
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