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Old 11-19-2009, 09:17 PM
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Re: another how was this done?

Originally Posted by Cuervo79 View Post
Sure but if you see on most of the photos, the tint is differen't than golden hour color temperature. You can't do it as easily in camera (the only way I can think of is to play with the white balance). And I don't know if the OP was referring to something else beyond the colors (as the DOF)
OP said look. not colors. Lense and fstop dof combo = a look.
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Old 11-20-2009, 03:36 AM
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Re: another how was this done?

lol, right look in a retouch forum means lens and fstop? I could be right or wrong, only the OP knows exactly what he/she wants...
You and I are giving our own opinions about this and I don't find your answers wrong. Its another way to do it, but most of the people here are retouchers only not photographers. So trying to get it "in camera" isn't always the answer.
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Old 11-26-2009, 08:12 PM
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I know what can be done in camera.. I was more interested in the post processing side of it. Anyways! Thanks for everyones suggestions! I played around on some images, achieved as close as I could get with Selective Color > Neutral, Black and White with the Black slider and have come to conclusion Im not interested in following with this technique. At least not as a main photoshop technique.
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