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Oct 30, 2007 06:54 |  #1

Hello everyone...just finished a proccessing and i would like to share it with you....
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Oct 30, 2007 07:01 |  #2

Twenty years younger! Amazing work.


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Oct 30, 2007 07:04 |  #3

Nice work. I guess the question I would ask is how the person in the picture is going to view this.




  
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Oct 30, 2007 07:42 |  #4

She looks much younger, but the "twinkle" is gone. She looks happy in the first one, but just blank in the second.




  
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Oct 30, 2007 07:50 |  #5

you have generated a different person. that's not her anymore :(


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Oct 30, 2007 07:53 |  #6

As an example of what can be acheived in photoshop it's impressive, so from that point it's a good skill well executed. I'm not sure the lady would approve though?


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Oct 30, 2007 08:15 |  #7

I think that as everyone else has said, you've removed the wrinkles, without making her skin look plastic, but keeping some in would have added more of her personality to the shot - especially some smile lines.


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Oct 30, 2007 08:19 |  #8

goatee wrote in post #4217595 (external link)
I think that as everyone else has said, you've removed the wrinkles, without making her skin look plastic, but keeping some in would have added more of her personality to the shot - especially some smile lines.

She still has a couple in her forehead ;)


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Oct 30, 2007 08:21 |  #9

Her very young daughter. Nice work.


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Oct 30, 2007 08:32 |  #10

Wow! Impressive work.


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Oct 30, 2007 09:15 |  #11
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Yes it would be very much up to the person in the image whether or not that kind of face replacement should be done. Photography is often about recording moments in time. That seems to be more of a snapshot than a portrait, where portraits can be "air brushed" and candids rarely are. Someone looking back upon this image as airbrushed might find it confusing. There's always the notion to record life as it is and not as it isn't. ;)




  
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Oct 30, 2007 10:03 as a reply to  @ RedHot's post |  #12

Well thinking in line with the title of this post, you have truly shown the "art of PP", great job.

I do think that the lady in the photo will be running to a plastic surgeon, if she can still run :shock:.


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Oct 30, 2007 10:08 |  #13

A bit of work on her lips could have sealed the job?


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Oct 30, 2007 10:18 |  #14

Jim M wrote in post #4217453 (external link)
She looks much younger, but the "twinkle" is gone. She looks happy in the first one, but just blank in the second.

I agree!


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Oct 30, 2007 10:29 |  #15

Amazing! Very impressive. It may not be our place to speculate on what the lady would think, our thoughts need only dwell on the quality of the photographer's skills. Nicely done.




  
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