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  • Creative Portraits: Daisy Fuentes

    Courtesy of http://www.DesktopWallpaper.net
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    Daisy Displacement

    I copied the layer to another layer and on that I used Photoshop's distort/Displace filter. I used one of photoshops displacement maps in the plug in section of photoshop. I erased some of that distorted layer around her face.

    I am trying to learn something about Displacement filters so I thought I would try the filter on Miss Daisy.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by philbach
      I am trying to learn something about Displacement filters so I thought I would try the filter on Miss Daisy.
      Good for you, Phil. Glad to see you try something new. Thanks for sharing your learning experience.

      ~Danny~

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      • #4
        well, one thing's for sure, with those floatation devices she's sporting she'll never have to worry about drowning

        Craig

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        • #5
          OK... I'm starting to get the drift. You don't like pics to work on where the guys look too hunky or where girls are posed suggestively like this one. Sorry if anyone was offended. Don't shoot me for trying something new.

          On this one...

          After smoothing out some of the .jpg artifacts and cloning over the watermark to create a base layer, I applied the Redfield Sketch Master, Little Ink Pot Sketcher and Impressionist plugins and Photoshop Find Edges and Smart Blur/Edges Only filters on copies of the base layer, combining the effects using layer blend modes and layer masks.

          ~Danny~
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          • #6
            Sun Damage

            Hi All,

            When I first saw this picture I was struck by how close her expression was to one of pain. That and the increasing risk of sunburn we now face led me in this direction.

            I wanted a craquelure effect to emphasise damage and got that as follows.-

            Flaming Pear VEINS
            Inverted and greyscaled. colour increased to 24 bit.
            Put this as a layer over my base image and ran flaming pear GHOST. This makes all the white parts of the image transparent, leaving the black lines superimposed over the base layer.

            I know we are supposed to make pretty girls prettier But well - it's just the way it led me.
            Regards to All,
            Mitch.
            Last edited by Mitch; 08-16-2007, 01:46 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mitch
              Hi All,

              When I first saw this picture I was struck by how close her expression was to one of pain. That and the increasing risk of sunburn we now face led me in this direction.

              I wanted a craquelure effect to emphasise damage and got that as follows.-

              Flaming Pear VEINS
              Inverted and greyscaled. colour increased to 24 bit.
              Put this as a layer over my base image and ran flaming pear GHOST. This makes all the white parts of the image transparent, leaving the black lines superimposed over the base layer.

              I know we are supposed to make pretty girls prettier But well - it's just the way it led me.
              Regards to All,
              Mitch.
              An inspired interpretation, Mitch... It (pardon the pun) cracked me up. Thanks for including the great detail.

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              • #8
                as usual, each of us see things a bit differently....

                Craig
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                • #9
                  Daisy...Daisy, give me your answer do........

                  Steve
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                  • #10
                    Just havin' fun with Daisy

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                    • #11
                      Haven't really played at all with effects ect much less artwork until just very very recently. Stumbled across this, what would you regard it as similar to as in pencil, water colour, whatever?
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                      • #12
                        Ro,

                        that's an interesting effect, especially on the water. share the workflow?

                        also, you've got some shading on her left breast that makes it look a bit collapsed in a couple places....or maybe that's just the saline that's leaked out

                        Craig

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                        • #13
                          you've got some shading on her left breast that makes it look a bit collapsed in a couple places....or maybe that's just the saline that's leaked out


                          LOL Craig!!!

                          Your funny!

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                          • #14
                            Craig,

                            One of the hot subjects around these days is colour correction using LAB mode. As a challenge, I played with this image just trying to fix the skin tones.
                            Then twiddled with the A and B curves completely separating skin from sea.
                            Seeing as skin and sea were going separate ways, did a sortta glamour retouch on the skin (masked) and an absurd (USM) sharpening for the water.


                            (twiddled = twist and fiddle)

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                            • #15
                              Shut yer mouth Daisy. We know the water's cold. hehehehe
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