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    any idea how to remove gooseflash from model skins?
    i tried repair brush, point per point and it takes forever.
    i also tried blurring the skin and bring back natural skin texture
    with classical method of screen blend or soft light and some amount of
    high pass filter, but it looks still to blurred.



    thanks

    peter

  • #2
    Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

    Could you upload an example section for members to work on? That would help.

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    • #3
      Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

      Originally posted by pure View Post
      any idea how to remove gooseflash from model skins?
      i tried repair brush, point per point and it takes forever.
      i also tried blurring the skin and bring back natural skin texture
      with classical method of screen blend or soft light and some amount of
      high pass filter, but it looks still to blurred.



      thanks

      peter
      Where do people get the idea that the goal is to finish first? Sounds like you were on the right track and talked yourself out of it.

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      • #4
        Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

        i dont know.
        here is a typical example. but i presume, there is no quick solution
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        • #5
          Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

          Originally posted by pure View Post
          i dont know.
          here is a typical example. but i presume, there is no quick solution
          Is 5 minutes quick enough?
          Just turn up the heat at the next shoot.

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          • #6
            Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

            Originally posted by RokcetScientist View Post
            Is 5 minutes quick enough?
            Just turn up the heat at the next shoot.
            Great suggestion.

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            Is this "too soft"? (High-end photography and retouching of this nature is not "my thing.")
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            • #7
              Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

              when i have to deal with this, i usually try to get a good starting point with an overall D&S move. make a selection of the skin, and use these values, radius 6, threshold 20.

              turn your layer on and off to see your result, you have removed the goosebumps, but now you will need additional work to smooth it out. D&B to even out the skintone, maybe a bit of noise added.

              it's a start.

              * here are my quick results, did the dust & scratches and 2 min of D&B to the skin to even it out a bit. of course if it's too soft to your liking, then lower the opacity to bring back a bit of the detail.
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              Last edited by KR1156; 12-10-2007, 11:18 AM.

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              • #8
                Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

                i like both of your works.
                KR, this is my fave. its wonderful.
                how does this work please?
                D&S ?

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                • #9
                  Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

                  sorry pure, D&S = dust & scratches. it's under the noise filters.

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                  • #10
                    Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

                    This is what I was able to accomplish, while trying to loose as little details as possible.
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                    • #11
                      Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

                      dodge and burn, baby ,..

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                      • #12
                        Re: how to remove gooseflesh?

                        Originally posted by edgework View Post
                        Where do people get the idea that the goal is to finish first?
                        when you charge a flat rate per picture!

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