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Mar 15, 2010 07:52 |  #1

I've revisited an image of a friend who was kind enough to sit in front of the camera for me some time back, with a view to working on my PP.

All the facial skin work was done with clone/heal and dodge and burn...no blur was used.

Helpful C&C always welome.

So here they are, after and before.

TIA...A


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Mar 15, 2010 08:58 |  #2

good work on the pp


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Mar 15, 2010 09:06 |  #3

nice work, would you mind me asking how old is she?




  
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Mar 15, 2010 09:35 as a reply to  @ VBengland.com's post |  #4

nice work. ive been trying to get some information on this technique so you can avoid gaussian and surface blur ( i use surface blur a lot ). if you have information you could share or if someone has a good tutorial, i would really like to see how this technique works.

she looks great for her age. you did a good job here


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Mar 15, 2010 09:36 |  #5

You got me confused there as you said.... before and after shots in the title, so looked and thought, wow you made her look older! The re-read it and realised its after then before doh!

Looks great on the pp, smooth work indeed.


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Mar 15, 2010 12:17 |  #6

Looks great and the after shot still looks very natural. None of the plastic skin look you often see. Good job.


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Mar 15, 2010 12:55 |  #7

very natural looking. Great job.




  
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Mar 16, 2010 03:18 |  #8

Andi 1969 wrote in post #9799472 (external link)
good work on the pp

VBengland.com wrote in post #9799507 (external link)
nice work, would you mind me asking how old is she?

Thanks...I believe the official answer is 'young at heart' :)

slowdad wrote in post #9799680 (external link)
nice work. ive been trying to get some information on this technique so you can avoid gaussian and surface blur ( i use surface blur a lot ). if you have information you could share or if someone has a good tutorial, i would really like to see how this technique works.

she looks great for her age. you did a good job here

I don't have a good tutorial but got the information from all over. The technique is called 'frequency separation'...google it and you're good to go.

BazV wrote in post #9799692 (external link)
You got me confused there as you said.... before and after shots in the title, so looked and thought, wow you made her look older! The re-read it and realised its after then before doh!

Looks great on the pp, smooth work indeed.

Ah, yes. Should have titled the thread 'After & Before' :)

Tawcan wrote in post #9800664 (external link)
Looks great and the after shot still looks very natural. None of the plastic skin look you often see. Good job.

queenbee288 wrote in post #9800914 (external link)
very natural looking. Great job.

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Mar 16, 2010 04:27 |  #9

good job on the skin pp. next up, you should try to do some hair pp. Like get rid of the roots, and fill it in more.


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