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  • #31
    Re: Tutorial ideas

    j4str, may I suggest that you try a month at Lynda.com, it's only USD 20 for a complete month (or longer if you don't cancel) and you can watch the tuts as many times as you want, they are based on different PS versions, too

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    • #32
      Frequency separations in restoration workflow

      Could/would someone do a step-by-step restoration utilizing frequency separations? I am certain that this would benefit restorers but personally I am having difficulty developing a strategy for eliminating cracks, for example.

      There are many talented restorers in this forum and I hope that one of you might shed some light on the proper process -- step by step.


      Curtis

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      • #33
        Re: Tutorial ideas

        Turning a picture of a full colour black womans dress to white and keeping the detail without it going silver

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        • #34
          Re: Tutorial ideas

          I guess, with the pictures of each step, if there is a video version of that tutorial, it will be more helpful for the learners. Its just my personal opinion, i dont know what you guys think!

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          • #35
            Re: TIL2C #2 Isolating Hair in low contrast image

            Originally posted by Elmer B View Post
            My second post (getting the hang of this!!).
            Isolating Hair
            +1 on hair - I'd like to see a 'difficult hair' retouch, to show the full range of techniques and approaches needed to isolate a model's hair from the background. Most tutorials seem to focus on one approach (e.g. the 'refine edge' function) and usually feature an example image that allows that approach to give good results. Most real-world examples will require a combination of different masking and retouching appraches to get a good finished result.

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