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Paolo Roversi look

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Old 04-01-2012, 09:43 AM
Rust Rust is offline
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Re: Paolo Roversi look

I`ve been playing around and found out so far that the coloring of the images are pretty straightforward and a lot of the look comes from great styling too. But the soft focus feel in his picture how would you re-create that??? I`ve tried using zeiss lenses at 1,4 and also layer set to soft light and run a high amount of gaussian blur, but i doesen`t look like his kind of work at all.
Look at this picture the first one:http://models.com/work/british-vogue-models-own

It has this soft feel to it without looking blurred( photoshop blur)
And i think he now uses hasselblad 503 with phase one back and zeiss lenses, so this dosent come from tilt and shift large format photography (8x10).
And if i am right ,he would have to create this effect in post ?
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Old 04-04-2012, 01:36 AM
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Re: Paolo Roversi look

+Dublicate background
+Desaturate this copy
+Blend it Soft Light
+Color fill "blue" blend it Color 30% opacity
+Selective color play different settings in black color
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Old 04-04-2012, 01:06 PM
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Re: Paolo Roversi look

Thanks for the reply nicatnecef, what you described is coloring the image. I was thinking more about the soft feeling in his pictures. Just simply running a gaussian blur wont do it, neither will lensblur. Any suggestion would be appreciated
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Old 01-31-2013, 10:39 AM
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Re: Paolo Roversi look

Another video that gives us some insight on mr. Roversi's work. You can see here the mood/tone is set in c1. I talked for some time ago to a guy that assisted him and he told that the c1 toning was just on set by digital techs. When doing the actual retouch they started with neutral images.
http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=2ze3h...3hwxQc2M&gl=NO
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