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    some of the skintones questioned here can be reproduced with a little trial and error but what about this one: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...346156&type=3? it's extreme. any ideas?
    Last edited by limelight; 12-08-2012, 12:48 PM.

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    Re: extreme skin tone

    http://danieb.com/the-tanning-mom/ ;-)

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    • #3
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      hahaha, almost

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      • #4
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        wow.. maybe some kind of colour layer in soft light mode which had been masked

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        • #5
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          Maybe they're a "little" warm?

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          • #6
            Re: extreme skin tone

            will someone try to achieve such a result and explain it?

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            • #7
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              Here's how I'd go about such a gig. 1. Makeup. 20 years ago or so I shot 3 models who were covered head to toe in gold makeup. The models' skins all broke out after about an hour but I imagine body makeup would be much better now. 2. Soft even lighting as close up as I can. This will give deeper shadows but softer tone gradation in the diffused highlights through the edge transfer. 3. Smooth the skin, sharpen eyes, etc in PS.

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              • #8
                Re: extreme skin tone

                It sort of looks like that the image was multiplied, blended at multiply, opened the shadows of the top layer through image>adjustments>shadows/highlights, and then the skin was selected and the selection was used as a mask for a warm curve.

                To me it isn't quite as strong as I would like it to be in order to look intentional.

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