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  • Isedo
    Looking for tips retouching metal cooker
    by Isedo
    Hi,

    Anyone have some nice tip to retouching metal cooker?
    I'm using some kinda of solar curves than cleaning unwanted surfaces with healing brush, cloning and brushing. Some times I use some bluring on the surface.

    WHich is your best aproach?

    HAve...
    06-23-2010, 12:25 PM
  • Doc Fluty
    Reflection removal in automobiles.
    by Doc Fluty
    Hello guys.

    I am a decent automobile photographer myself but I can not master one specific area in post.

    As the title hints, the problem is reflections.

    I know how to get rid of reflections with circular polarizers and through using strobes... but that isn't alway...
    12-07-2013, 06:19 PM
  • ctny
    Learned too many techniques and need fresh eyes
    by ctny
    Hey everyone! long time lurker on these forums, I've been studying ever since discovering Godmother's Dodge and Burn years ago. Since then I've played with other methods like frequency separation and have had interesting results in the past. This time around I feel like I'm bouncing around between multiple...
    01-16-2016, 06:51 PM
  • cricket1961
    Dodge and Burn Confusion
    by cricket1961
    D+B works with shading not texture. There is a big difference. Yes it can work with texture, but I think that one of the reasons that people are confused with the way the technique works is because of the definition given.

    D+B, or softlight retouching is used to preserve texture in ways...
    12-05-2007, 12:15 PM
  • Mike Kalcevic
    Proper retouching methods?
    by Mike Kalcevic
    I'm in the process of hauling my butt up the learning curve to learn how to retouch images properly, at the pixel level, so I can get my photography all the more close to the level that I want. I'm kinda stumped though, and could use a kick in the right direction.

    Right now, I'm using...
    07-22-2008, 06:47 AM
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