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Old 12-20-2007, 05:07 PM
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Re: In need of Reviews

Thankyou and hello,

I agree, however, blurring isn't usually used for skin for high end retouching, its found a lot in glamour retouching which is generally not as good technically as something like a high fashion shoot.

I just think its good to start with the techniques that can take you places, but blurs can be fun too.
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Old 12-21-2007, 12:16 PM
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Re: In need of Reviews

Thanks Amy and Alison.
I agree with both of you guys. I know you understand that i did want the plastic barbie look in my urban glam and i acheived it. But i do understand that i need to work with other ways instead of taking the easy way out. What i usually do is blur the skin and then add all of the texture back in. If it still looks bad i add even more texture. Using the Hi-pass filter.

But lately i have been working with Dodge and burn, just playing around. I'll post my works in a lil while, maybe even today.
But what should i do with dark under eye cirlces... etc. How do i work on those with dodge and burn?
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Old 12-21-2007, 03:42 PM
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I usually use the healing brush, definitely on a separate layer and carefull otherwise it looks muddy
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