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    this is almost my first retouching including dodge and burn, I appreciate your feedback.
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    Re: feedback please

    The picture is a bit small to make a proper judgement.... A larger version would be appreciated... also, a before and after so we could compare..

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    • #3
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      thinks 0lBaldy I'l do it

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      • #4
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        I shared it in casimages, two pics before and after

        Before
        http://www.casimages.com/i/15021011544166733.jpg

        After
        http://www.casimages.com/i/150210115438286754.jpg

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        • #5
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          Over all it looks nice.. upon closer examination:
          1. the corners of the mouth seem overworked,
          2. The little piece of flesh in the corners of the eyes, by the nose, should be a healthy reddish natural color
          3. instead of removing red from the whites of the eyes and leaving dark veins.... carefully clone out those pesky red veins using numerous samples close by
          4. the jewelery and hair have a blur
          5. the way you reshaped the eyes and nose is very subtle and a matter of choice

          That is just a quick analysis... I realize it is a WIP (work in progress) so I will stop for now

          All in all most of the work you have done looks pretty good

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          • #6
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            thinks a lot 0lBaldy, I totally agree about your remarks, I'm seeing it now, Can I ask you about the skin tonality, I think colors and skin tonality is my weakness.

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            • #7
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              You should think about cleaning up her skin a little more. There are places where it still looks bumpy.

              Also, on the veiwer's left: under the ear, clean up the hair. On the neck, there are hairs and seems to go nowhere. Looks like you cleaned up the background hairs but left the ones on the skin.

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              • #8
                Re: feedback please

                Getting the skin tones and colors right in-camera is key... after that, the retoucher needs to stay true to the photographers intent and mood then consider the final use of the photo.

                Here are just a few things to look at concerning your WIP ... this is by no means everything, but it is a start of what stands out the most at this time.

                ~~~ Before ~~~ ~~~ After ~~~ ~~~ Fix ~~~~
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                • #9
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                  think you all, really I'm appreciating your critiques, I'm sure that my next image will be better thinks to you.

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                  • #10
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                    Hello fattali,
                    I think you have a goos start here, i believe the feel on the background it too harsh in some areas. Such as in the neck of your model it looks unnatural. Also make sure you make her skin look even all the way around. diminish fine lines around the mouth a bit more and reduce pore size too. Learn how to work with frequency retouching that way you can clean unwanted fly-aways in a subtle manner.

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                    • #11
                      Re: feedback please

                      Hello Spiritusphoto
                      thinks a lot, I really appreciate what your advices

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