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  • Annie Leibovitz Style- BTS & Retouching Video

    Hi guys,

    First post here after quite some time. I have started a series to study the lighting technique of popular photographers using entry level gear, and later the entire retouching workflow. This first shoot we tried to do Annie.

    BTS and Retouching Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaE_P66ZflM

    Here are the final images:

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/339/1...73500d09_o.jpg

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/342/1...8a9382df_o.jpg

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/349/1...9401f8ae_o.jpg


    Hope you guys like it. Feedbacks welcome!

    Sid.

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    Re: Annie Leibovitz Style- BTS & Retouching Video

    You should talk to her. She is always searching for people with your abilities that may do post for free. She doesn't pay well, if you haven't heard.

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      Re: Annie Leibovitz Style- BTS & Retouching Video

      Nice try out tho a few things

      - The halo around here is not cool. That vignette thing...
      - The light on her face/body is kinda "flat"... You should lit the images slighty more from the side
      - The hands are usually brighter than the face


      Also a lot can be done already in Capture One before going on PS.
      You could actually get the tones on Capture One. Ofc it won't be perfect but as a start image to work on with PS that will save you already a lot of time


      Anyway the cyan/blue/greenish tones are pretty cool.
      Now it's all about getting that nice skin tone...

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      • #4
        Re: Annie Leibovitz Style- BTS & Retouching Video

        Originally posted by 3bigmamas View Post
        Nice try out tho a few things

        - The light on her face/body is kinda "flat"... You should lit the images slighty more from the side
        I know, and i Was so angry when I saw the raw. The flash in the 80cm octal was at 1/16th, when it should have been at 1/2 power!

        Doing first behind the scenes, I was distracted with the video part, that I missed that detail out.

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