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Feb 24, 2011 01:00 |  #1

A friend of mine wants me to work on her styling book for her. She sent me some references of what she wants the end result to look like (see photos below.)
My question, is the flare/glare effect created in camera or is it all post production and what do I need to do it? I firmly believe that it's all done in post but I'm learning that not everyone relies on Photoshop to create magic.
I know there is back lighting at work here but is that all there is?

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Feb 24, 2011 03:01 |  #2

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Feb 24, 2011 09:22 |  #3

tonylong wrote in post #11903824 (external link)
No pictures show up...

Probably because your links go to a login page. See post #2:
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Feb 24, 2011 13:31 |  #4

sorry about that. hope this is better.

http://i2.photobucket.​com …n_jones/60s_hea​dshot2.jpg (external link)

http://i2.photobucket.​com …n_jones/60s_hea​dshot1.jpg (external link)




  
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Feb 24, 2011 13:35 |  #5

Almost lommo effects, would have to have a play myself to find how this was done.

(little note buddy, if these are not your images then I would perhaps link to them instead of embedding the images)


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Feb 24, 2011 13:53 |  #6

Fixed.

Part of it is the lighting, part is the processing.

You got an image you want to give that look, or do you need to yet shoot it?


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Feb 24, 2011 16:36 |  #7

Quad-Response wrote in post #11906462 (external link)
Almost lommo effects,

lommo?




  
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Feb 24, 2011 16:47 |  #8

Yes, lommo
Would you look it over?
http://photoshoptutori​als.ws …effects/fashion​-lomo.html (external link)
Easy to do.


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Feb 24, 2011 19:24 |  #9

obkcaptain wrote in post #11907450 (external link)
Yes, lommo
Would you look it over?
http://photoshoptutori​als.ws …effects/fashion​-lomo.html (external link)
Easy to do.

Okie-dokie. Thanks




  
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Feb 24, 2011 22:53 as a reply to  @ ncjohn's post |  #10

My friend sent me these so I couldn't link it to anything. I'm not trying to take credit for these photos at all. Sorry if I gave that impression. I haven't shot anything yet (the shoot is Sunday ) but I would like some leads to "create" this look




  
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Feb 25, 2011 06:12 |  #11

Start of by getting the light like you want it.

Some links to (somewhat) similar lighting that might help.
http://strobox.com/stu​dio/5202 (external link)
http://strobox.com/fas​hion/4093 (external link) (NSFW)
http://strobox.com/por​trait/4410 (external link)
http://strobox.com/por​trait/4488 (external link)
http://strobox.com/por​trait/4880 (external link)
http://strobox.com/gla​mor/4976 (external link) (NSFW)


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Feb 26, 2011 03:11 |  #12

Agreed this is mostly lighting and then PPed for the overall tone. Get a key lightto just peek out from behind the subject or just out of frame. then red or blue it up in PS


First step........ Take the lens cap off.

  
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