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Warm and textural effect in Portraits

 
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May 03, 2010 04:13 |  #1

Hello all,
Maybe there is someone who knows how to achieve this effect and maybe there is a tutorial of just some suggestions.
I really like the way it is done - it looks so pleasing.
drop few lines if you know how exactly this effect is achieved.
Thanks.

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May 03, 2010 09:37 |  #2

Find a texture and drop in on a layer above the image and play with blend modes. Soft Light does a great job. Then just simply adjust the opacity of the texture layer to get it to the point you like. If you want less texture on the subject then add a layer mask and paint it out in small amounts until you get it to the point you like.


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May 03, 2010 12:16 |  #3

The above info by taygull is correct and how I do it too.

As far as this photo is concerned I don't see any texture over the woman, and the BG texture is most likely a muslin BG placed behind her at the time of shooting. The only texture I really see on her is grain, which is easy and built into Photoshop if you want to use it.


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May 03, 2010 17:36 |  #4

Check out my older post below. Basically injecting complementary colors into the image to make it more ideal. And then a resource on glazing the image:

This is an interesting video on the subject (below). Basically, you are injecting complimentary colors into your photos, in effect, making them more ideal. Its done a lot on movies that have come out recently. I need to practice more to make the effect subtle.
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