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Old 03-01-2011, 02:50 AM
IbarraPhoto IbarraPhoto is offline
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If you want to learn, I actually DO teach my Post-Production techniques. It is how I make most of my income.

If you are interested in paying for a session, just let me know

~Jaime Ibarra
Photographer | Austin, TX
www.ibarraphoto.com

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Hi everyone,


I'm starting to post more now, so I should probably introduce myself before continuing. My name's Joel and I'm from Ottawa, Canada. I've been teaching myself a lot about retouching over the past year with help from this forum and the inter-web : )...Thank you.

Anyway, I absolutely LOVE this look for photos, but am stumped about how to go about achieving a similar result. Anyone have any insights or links to GOOD tutorials?

Joel
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Old 03-01-2011, 03:50 AM
_ManWithNoName_ _ManWithNoName_ is offline
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Re: Awesome Edit

Thanks for the info.

I don't think it is that complicated,poster above has it I am sure there are a few more tweaks depending on the image.

But it's th exclusion mode layer that I think gives it the overall feel and subtle light along with some nice light.

On the actual website of the original photographer, he has a before and after section, this really gives you a good ide...
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Old 03-01-2011, 04:00 AM
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Hehe...ummm...I AM "the original photographer"...as in, "I am Jaime Ibarra"

You are talking directly to the source, here.


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Thanks for the info.

I don't think it is that complicated,poster above has it I am sure there are a few more tweaks depending on the image.

But it's th exclusion mode layer that I think gives it the overall feel and subtle light along with some nice light.

On the actual website of the original photographer, he has a before and after section, this really gives you a good ide...
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Old 03-01-2011, 04:13 AM
_ManWithNoName_ _ManWithNoName_ is offline
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Re: Awesome Edit

I know but you're not going to tell us your process are ya? :-)

I am not saying I am right but I was actually looking at your work a few weeks back, forgot about this thread, and was having a play. Now obviously yours is more accomplished and you have it down but I got pretty close just playing around with some curves, selective colour exclusion layers e.t.c

What I am saying is. It's not that hard when you know how and it is very nice don't get me wrong, but I am not going to to pay for it :-) as I don't think it is that advanced...No offence...It is nice tho and I do love your images...
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Old 03-02-2011, 10:36 AM
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What I am saying is. It's not that hard when you know how and it is very nice don't get me wrong, but I am not going to to pay for it :-) as I don't think it is that advanced...No offence...It is nice tho and I do love your images...
I took one of Jaime's sessions after posting my workflow (above). I can tell you that Jaime's workflow is considerbly different. While not overly complex, it's much more involved than the workflow I outlined. If you've come up with something you're happy with, great. If you want to learn from the "master", take one of Jaime's sessions. I found it well worth the time and money.
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Old 03-02-2011, 10:49 AM
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I took one of Jaime's sessions after posting my workflow (above). I can tell you that Jaime's workflow is considerbly different. While not overly complex, it's much more involved than the workflow I outlined. If you've come up with something you're happy with, great. If you want to learn from the "master", take one of Jaime's sessions. I found it well worth the time and money.

Jaimie...That you :-)
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Old 03-03-2011, 07:21 AM
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Jaimie...That you :-)
LOL. Anyone who's ever heard me play guitar can attest that I'm no Jaime Ibarra.
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Old 03-06-2011, 02:52 AM
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I took one of Jaime's sessions after posting my workflow (above). I can tell you that Jaime's workflow is considerbly different. While not overly complex, it's much more involved than the workflow I outlined. If you've come up with something you're happy with, great. If you want to learn from the "master", take one of Jaime's sessions. I found it well worth the time and money.
how much you paid for jamie`s sessions?
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Old 03-06-2011, 02:55 AM
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If you want to learn, I actually DO teach my Post-Production techniques. It is how I make most of my income.

If you are interested in paying for a session, just let me know

~Jaime Ibarra
Photographer | Austin, TX
www.ibarraphoto.com
i like your retouch, i dont know what is the different cross processing techniques and Post-Production techniques since i saw the result is the same
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Old 03-07-2011, 12:17 PM
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how much you paid for jamie`s sessions?
It's probably best to check with Jaime himself. He does specials from time to time.
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