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  • Suggestions for creating a gift portrait

    Sorry - wrong forum -

    sdunn
    Utah
    Last edited by SDUNN; 09-06-2009, 06:44 PM. Reason: Removed Photo

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    Re: Suggestions for creating a gift portrait

    Just continueing on with my Reverse Aniso illustration binge. Added some Impressionist filter too.
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      Re: Suggestions for creating a gift portrait

      Originally posted by SDUNN View Post
      You all do such beautiful unique work here. Can you give me a few suggestions on creating a portrait of this photo? I'd like to give it as a special gift to my niece - this is her first child.

      Sdunn
      Utah
      Welcome to RetouchPRO Hope you enjoy your stay here and make lots of friends.

      It will help if you let us know what photo editing software you are using, what experience you have, and what you have already tried to do to your photo.

      I just did some basic enhancements then a fake smudge with a mask to hide most of the smudge and show just selective areas...
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      Last edited by 0lBaldy; 09-05-2009, 07:44 PM. Reason: Added picture

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        Re: Suggestions for creating a gift portrait

        I use Photoshop Elements Version 7.0 but have been considering advancing on to PhotoShop. Most of my work has been with collages, blending multiple photos. Elements has quite a few artistic processes but I haven't seen anything close (in the Element's forum) to what I've seen here.

        Sdunn
        Utah

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          Re: Suggestions for creating a gift portrait

          Simplified and used Impressionist for a paint effect.
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