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How to blend color around someone forehead

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Old 04-06-2006, 10:19 PM
Gerald McClaren Gerald McClaren is offline
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Wink How to blend color around someone forehead

I had colorized a black and white photo but around the forehead and hairline the coloring is still visible. I would like to know how can I blend in the color around the forehead and hairline to make the colorizing looks natural.

Gerald McClaren
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Old 04-07-2006, 02:19 AM
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I hope you make colors in separate layer. Create mask for color layer. Use low % brushes to create nice looking transition.
... Also transitions are very special places in one photo. there colors never are like to the other places of picture. Use color dodge and color burn technics to fix this places.

... that's all folks
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