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  • Re: How to Get This Quality of Skin Retouching

    Try reading about 2 techniques,

    Frequency Separation and Dodge and Burn. First will help you clear the skin of blemishes and 2nd will help u even the skin by as skoobey wrote, a lots of local adjustments of luminocity. Rest...
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  • spinq
    replied to numbers for gold?
    Re: numbers for gold?

    Isnt gold all about reflections of light? Just curious how the pros do it, because everytime i retouch gold i more less leave (some hue and saturation corrections) the original colour and just do a lot of dnb on it.
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  • spinq
    replied to Help with gold toning
    Re: Help with gold toning

    Have you tried i think the simplest possible aproach? Create a new adjustment layer Hue and Saturation, select colorize, pick the tone you desire. Reduce the opacity to the taste or mask the areas that have too much colour. Create curves layer and make it more...
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  • Re: Retouching critique, have i gone overboard?

    Depends on the efect you wanted to achive. I use dodge and burn to imitate the specific lighting i wanted to have but didnt, or to enchance the lighting i had. And of course to clean the skin.

    My first impression of retouched...
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  • spinq
    replied to how do this look skin tone
    Re: how do this look skin tone

    Are you familiar with dodge and burn technique? Basicly this one question summarizes the anwser. Im not talking about color toning, this is something completly different.
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  • Re: **Help needed please, stuck on D&B**

    Quick solution - Its not perfect but might help:
    1) create empty layer
    2) brush tool - blending mode: hue, sample the colour from the area you are satisfied with and paint over the area you're not.
    3) blending mode...
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  • spinq
    replied to ** need critique please **
    Re: ** need critique please **

    Its easy to see how much attention to detail was put into this retouching. I really like the overall effect. I saw that you removed all stray hairs on the sides of the head. Not sure if it is a custom to remove the hairs from the forehead as well - you didn't....
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  • spinq
    replied to Need some help RE his style
    Re: Need some help RE his style

    I fully agree that his uniqness comes mainly from the composition of his pictures. And I don't deny that it will take ages for me to reach that kind of level in wedding photography. I know that discussing it won't improve my photography skills, but taking...
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  • spinq
    started a topic Need some help RE his style

    Need some help RE his style

    Hello everyone.

    I've been pondering about photography of this guy. Sebastian Malachowski is one of the most sought after wedding photographers in Poland. I've been wondering, what kind of process he might be using to achieve his look.

    What I came up was:

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    Last edited by spinq; 06-19-2013, 10:49 AM.

  • Re: Colour Correction / Management Methods

    Can you post here any of your work? What i noticed is that people here are fabulous in reverse enginering the images and having some examples may be more specific regarding your question.
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  • Re: Help with removing flash glare from wall

    Since english is not my first language my comments may be misinterpreted. I lack some vocabulary.

    For me inverted high pass technique is something like this:
    1) make 2 copies of background.
    2) blur the bottom copy...
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    Last edited by spinq; 06-13-2013, 11:22 AM. Reason: Some incorrect phrasing.

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  • Re: Help with removing flash glare from wall

    I go about thing like this in a bit different way. If you use inverted high pass technique select the colour layer. Sample the colour from area without the flash glare. Select the brush tool and set the blending mode of it to luminocity. Paint...
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  • Re: How to do this kind of water manipulation?

    kav thank you very much for the comment, i never considered composing as a process where one would have to take much care of the original data. But of course i have to agree with the comment regarding the quality of the raw material. I do...
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  • Re: How to do this kind of water manipulation?

    The sharpness for the human eye is based on contrast mostly. If you are experienced in dodge and burn and have some painting skills you can actualy mold the drop of water to a desired shape and add contrast (paint in highlights and shadows...
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  • spinq
    replied to My second Beauty retouch
    Re: My second Beauty retouch

    Look for a tutorial on inverted highpass. This will help you smooth the color transition on the skin. If you just blur it u loose way to much detail. Don't use it.

    With dodge and burn you can smooth the transition on the edges of the figure...
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