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  • Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

    Since I have worked on the photos of others while learning, thought I would provide one. Have fun!

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    Oops picture did not upload. Trying again.
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    Last edited by keiser; 04-30-2007, 08:05 AM.

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      Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

      Did I say I really liked this pic? [had to take a shot at it before going to dentist...]

      Tools used...
      * Photoshop
      ...resize image
      ...remove sail (top left)
      ...apply Impressionist and Akvis sketch plugins
      ...sharpening, cloning, color and tone adjustments, edges
      * Corel Painter (Oil Pastels > Chunky Oil Pastel in clone mode)

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      Thanks for the May 1 inspiration.
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        Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

        I had to have a try at this, and then one thing led to another.
        I smudge painted the girl, and then I used a copy of the image and applied a ocean ripple filter to it and then used an mask to paint back in the smudge layer.
        I'm not totally happy with the tail, but I like the idea.
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        • #5
          Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

          Brilliant concept and execution, Cathy!

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            Thanks Danny.
            It was fun.

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            • #7
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              Keiser-beautiful photo
              Danny-wow beautiful colors and textures
              Cathy-that is to cooooool!!!

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              • #8
                Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

                Lot's of brush work this time. Still on mouse, so don't laugh. lol



                http://img170.imageshack.us/img170/574/stephsr1.jpg
                Last edited by lkroll; 12-06-2010, 04:56 PM. Reason: external thumbnails no longer work.

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                • #9
                  Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

                  Well, I decided to try my hand at a water color. I cannot remember all my steps. I guess I will have to start writing it down.
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                    Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

                    Evening at the beach....

                    Steve C.
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                      great picture thanks for sharing it!

                      this is from my 'waxy' filter forge filter.
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                        Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

                        and this is from a filter forge filter by northernlights called 'just the details'.
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                          Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

                          I was inspired by Danny's work and tried to follow footsteps, sort of...
                          Don't like the result, I'll have to try it again.
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                            Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

                            Feel I should be wearing sun glasses...
                            Hue and Sat adjust on original
                            "Paintered"
                            Copy and paste on original, blend overlay then blending in painter
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                            Last edited by Gilbert; 05-18-2007, 02:02 PM. Reason: visit to orthodontist

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                              Re: Creative portraits: Keiser's Niece on the Beach

                              Originally posted by Gilbert View Post
                              Feel I should be wearing sun glasses...
                              Hue and Sat adjust on original
                              "Paintered"
                              Copy and paste on original, blend overlay then blending in painter
                              A minor nit: consider Soft Clone-ing in Painter to restore a little detail in her teeth.

                              Other than that, this is exceptional work, some of the best I've seen.

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