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Aug 19, 2016 19:08 |  #2581

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Aug 20, 2016 00:18 |  #2582

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Aug 20, 2016 10:24 as a reply to wayne-03's post |  #2585

what do you do to process skin? It seems over-processed IMO.. I don't see any skin texture and it just looks too smooth and blurry. Might I suggest looking into frequency separation and giving that a try.. it gives you the ability to separate texture and color and smooth and blend the color without affecting texture and then if there are any unsightly textured areas you can sample healthy nearby texture to replace the bad texture


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Aug 20, 2016 11:21 |  #2586

I agreed ! Seem like a quick retouched. Missed some spots like above her right eyebrow and forehead. No1 perfected but we gotta to learns to close to perfect :) I remember my first retouched picture looks horrible than this.




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Aug 21, 2016 11:22 |  #2587

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Aug 21, 2016 19:07 |  #2588

Shot for a realtor/friend of mine. First time I've used my lights in quite some time now. I had to rearrange my tiny apartment to make it happen. You'd laugh if you could see the BTS. Actually, I have an iphone photo. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated! The BTS shot shows a 4' octabox, although this shot was actually done with my 22" Mola, opal glass diffuser and sock boomed above camera left.

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Aug 21, 2016 19:59 as a reply to Aressem's post |  #2589

^Awesome result!




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Aug 21, 2016 20:23 |  #2590

BlazinBob wrote in post #18102153 (external link)
^Awesome result!

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Aug 21, 2016 22:32 |  #2591

Looks great to me, slightly blown highlights on the forehead, maybe try and pull those back on the RAW file.

Lighting is nice IMO, could slightly lighten the eyes but not too much at all.


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Aug 22, 2016 12:25 as a reply to Aressem's post |  #2592

why do you need a triopd at 250


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Aug 22, 2016 12:30 |  #2593

Pixil Studio wrote in post #18102697 (external link)
why do you need a triopd at 250

To lock the composition and set frame boundaries. I use a tripod all the time for portraiture.


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Aug 22, 2016 15:07 |  #2594

Alveric wrote in post #18102698 (external link)
To lock the composition and set frame boundaries. I use a tripod all the time for portraiture.

Exactly. Although to be honest, I never really used it. It was just there while I was setting up. I actually did most of my shooting on a ladder (only one or two steps off the ground).


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Aug 22, 2016 19:45 |  #2595

I think it's a personal preference thing, sometimes a few mm change in composition can make all the difference, and this is easiest done handheld. However for corporate headshots I can see the appeal of rigid framing.


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