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    I've been wondering, how much time does it take you to dnb an add image? I am talking about per model, not if it's a group shot or something?

    I find it that I like results best when I take it slow with low opacity, but it does take me from 2 to 8 hours, depending on the image.

    I thought I'd get faster at it, but quality always suffers then.

    Also, I find it that ruffled dresses and things of that nature take far more time, than a beauty image, or a nude.
    Last edited by skoobey; 03-18-2014, 09:12 AM.

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    Re: DNB and time management?

    I also can easily put a day into DnB on a face - its just slow going for me.
    --shift studio.


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