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Need advise on this type of style

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Old 05-29-2010, 02:39 PM
karlomatuguinas karlomatuguinas is offline
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Re: Need advise on this type of style

@alexmak.... i like this kind of editing too, very clean and sharp...... maybe some of you guys can share how to do this kind of images.....
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Old 06-03-2010, 08:55 PM
alexmak alexmak is offline
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Re: Need advise on this type of style

ok so after couple hours of trying i think i discover how he does this particular one:

i did a usm
and then a brightness/contrast adjustment mask with (+10 brightness, +6contrast)
then a photo filter (color #b9771b, density 81%, preserve luminosity, blending mode:soft light, opacity:50%)
then another photo filter ( warming 81, density 25% )
and then last a S curve layer.

now for his other works... i have yet to figure them out.
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