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how do I removed veins under the skin in photoshop CS5 ?

 
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Mar 30, 2011 14:57 |  #16

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We can't see anything until you post the image.

ok. this is the link to the photo

http://www.flickr.com …/14324188@N06/5​572448633/ (external link)

the girl has veins on her arm.


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Mar 30, 2011 15:41 |  #17

picard wrote in post #12125829 (external link)
...the girl has veins on her arm.

Hmmm... I really didn't notice...


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Mar 30, 2011 15:42 |  #18

ChasP505 wrote in post #12126121 (external link)
Hmmm... I really didn't notice...

I cant see Flickr at work but from this, Im going to venture a guess its a gorgeous woman in a bikini. AmIright?


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Mar 30, 2011 17:07 |  #19

picard wrote in post #12125829 (external link)
ok. this is the link to the photo

the girl has veins on her arm.

Thank you. In this case I would use the clone stamp to cover the veins, followed by the healing brush to restore texture. I also lightly applied Imagenomic Portraiture to smooth out the rough spots a little. Also (obviously) adjusted color and brightness.

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Mar 30, 2011 17:37 |  #20

Peano wrote in post #12126777 (external link)
Thank you. In this case I would use the clone stamp to cover the veins, followed by the healing brush to restore texture. I also lightly applied Imagenomic Portraiture to smooth out the rough spots a little. Also (obviously) adjusted color and brightness.

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wow. that is amazing. thanks for the tip.


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Mar 30, 2011 17:38 |  #21

JakAHearts wrote in post #12126127 (external link)
I cant see Flickr at work but from this, Im going to venture a guess its a gorgeous woman in a bikini. AmIright?

yes. you must be psychic.


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Mar 31, 2011 10:28 as a reply to  @ picard's post |  #22

I use essentially the same method as Peano, but he is much better at describing (and EXECUTING) it than I am.

For female portraits like this, I'll often use Imagenomic Portraiture, with settings specific to the task, and selectively painted on an adjustment layer with low opacity.


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