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  • Creative Portraits: High Key?

    I am not sure if you would call this high key or something else. I like the effect though. Have used it on several pictures with great results.
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    Here are a couple of others I used it on.
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      They are beautiful. What were your steps to achieve this?

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        I based them on this tutorial.
        http://www.myjanee.com/tuts/porcelain/porcelain.htm

        vickie

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          Re: Creative Portraits: High Key?

          Very nice interpretations, Vickie. Thx for the MyJanee link, too. She's done some great tutorials.

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            I found this super action at deviantart
            One problem is for some reason ( and i think it is probably a setting i have changed somewhere ) at the end sometimes you have to invert the image, but this is noted if you read all the comments, but not really a problem
            this is the action at work all i have done is paint a bit of white in the top right hand corner, so that it best illustrates this, I would probably do a bit more work on it myself

            Palms
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              Re: Creative Portraits: High Key?

              I don't normally do High Key, though I liked the picture so had a go.

              Peter
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                Re: Creative Portraits: High Key?

                Originally posted by Peter S View Post
                I don't normally do High Key, though I liked the picture so had a go.

                Peter
                I like that Peter how did you get the soft look ? blur? simplify

                Palms

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                  Re: Creative Portraits: High Key?

                  Originally posted by palms1 View Post
                  I like that Peter how did you get the soft look ? blur? simplify

                  Palms
                  Well No and No
                  I did some smoothing, you could use neat image etc. for this.
                  Used a trick mentioned by Flexmanta Here, which gives a high key type of look.
                  Used channel mixer to desaturate, don't ask the settings, every picture would be different, just to your taste.
                  I used lucis to add some contrast. Added a new layer filled with white, added a mask to remove the distracting bits about the head etc.
                  Hope this helps
                  Peter

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                    Re: Creative Portraits: High Key?

                    So many ways to highkey, that I won't cover that. What I do like is the pencil side of Highkey, so enhance the contrast and added GREYC blends to get that.
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                      Re: Creative Portraits: High Key?

                      Such a happy face, thanks for the play. Interesting high key effects, I used gradient map and contrast blending.
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                        Re: Creative Portraits: High Key?

                        An interesting style. For the most part I used Nik filters.
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                          Interesting works.
                          Here is mine..
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