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  • klev
    replied to Mixer brush on low frequency
    Re: Mixer brush on low frequency



    No. Noise is good, because it looks random. What you're suggesting wouldn't look random but also wouldn't look exactly like pores. Generally when you can't do something really well, you avoid these kinds of approximations. I think you will...
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  • klev
    replied to Photoshop: FFT for Mac OS
    Re: FFT for Mac OS

    Yeah I'm not sure. The fast fourier transform in itself has a variety of implementations, as it's actually a collection of algorithms. A package like this probably just wraps around an existing implementation of one or more of these to provide a friendly user interface...
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  • klev
    replied to Photoshop: FFT for Mac OS
    Re: FFT for Mac OS

    Unzip, drag and drop, then click, as it suggests. It's supposed to give you something with a .app extension, which is a wrapper that OSX uses for folders that contain all (statically linked) files needed to launch and run that application.
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  • Re: Achieving a glossy skin in beauty photography

    Some of these might have been accentuated after the fact, but it's usually unnecessary and almost always looks worse. Typically makeup and lighting creates some bright spots in certain areas like the forehead and nose. The overall image...
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  • klev
    replied to Dodge & Burn confusion
    Re: Dodge & Burn confusion



    You're asking for a paint by numbers, and it it doesn't exist. It's also impractical. This is a problem for anyone coming from a photography background. You may not be comfortable with basic illustration principles, and retouching work...
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  • klev
    replied to Skin work, what do you think?
    Re: Skin work, what do you think?

    The lip line contains a small amount of the shadow portion that was there before, and it's a bit fuzzy. I would personally just leave the shadow. I would also adjust the portions toward the bottom of the image where the skin goes a bit reddish. The reflection...
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  • klev
    replied to Critique please
    Re: Critique please

    I can look for one, but I'm not sure whether I will be able to find one that properly demonstrates the difference. In the before image, the shadow going from the forehead down to the chin has a different shape. It isn't perfectly vertical, whereas it is in the after...
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  • klev
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    Re: Critique please

    You need to revisit the lighting on the face. Faces are not ellipsoids or spheres, and lighting doesn't work like that on them.
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  • Re: Healing Brush Creating Artifacts at Edges

    Cool. I could see that working. A gaussian filter is often used as an anti aliasing filter, and you had aliasing problems. I never really made use of frequency separation.
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  • Re: Healing Brush Creating Artifacts at Edges

    These are aliasing artifacts. You can try covering a wider area. Otherwise use a different tool. The algorithm can't blend those two things in a desirable manner. It's important to realize that photoshop existed for 10 years or so before...
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  • klev
    replied to Restoration Hardware Catalog look
    Re: Restoration Hardware Catalog look



    I spent more time looking at the bedroom image than the kitchen one. I looked at his image. It has random washed out spots and unevenness across smooth surfaces. The main composition elements are close enough in lightness that the...
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  • klev
    replied to Restoration Hardware Catalog look
    Re: Restoration Hardware Catalog look



    They're much more localized though.

    I look at the OP's ceiling, and the density is all over the place. I look at the carpet and it's a bit too close to the flooring to stand out. I look at the wall, and it's uneven...
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  • klev
    replied to Restoration Hardware Catalog look
    Re: Restoration Hardware Catalog look



    Editing some of this stuff to a meaningful level would be time consuming, as I am out of practice.

    I pointed out locations. The wall and floor have hot spots. The ceiling is all over the place. The Restoration Hardware...
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  • klev
    replied to Restoration Hardware Catalog look
    Re: Restoration Hardware Catalog look

    Interior shots like this are typically lit with an immense amount of care. The processing on them doesn't appear to be too fancy. I think they were initially lit with a stronger sense of direction than yours.

    You missed a few things...
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  • klev
    replied to How to achieve this color?
    Re: How to achieve this color?



    Multiply can leave you with very rough looking skin. Starting off with a tan model and good makeup, it should possible to avoid extreme solutions....
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