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Skin retouch question
I have been retouching my own work self taught for about 1.5 yrs now, but I have a little bit of a problem. I keep seeing photographers portraits and fashion work and I cannot help but to fall in love with post processing that gives deep rich skin tones with lots of substance to them.
I have tried burning the skin, and I have tried using a sample color from the skin as an overlay, but no matter what I do I cannot achieve this style. The photos are examples of the look I would like to achieve.
Thanks in advance,
Re: Skin retouch question
u re not going to be happy
I've seen the raw of your first sample
Nothing to do with post - he is plain GOOD
It's all about lighting
Re: Skin retouch question
A link to the Photographer/Retouchers or whomsoevers page where these samples were found might be more appropriate as per the FAQs:
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This would probably be applicable to your other post (Black and whites: how do you achieve this look.) also..
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