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Jun 10, 2008 22:36 |  #1

I was playing with channel mixer and layer masks, does this work?

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Jun 10, 2008 23:22 |  #2

To the people that looked at this, I did make a slight alteration with curves. I overwrote the files on the server so it changed.


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Jun 11, 2008 09:06 as a reply to  @ The Fox's post |  #3

loose the selective color & you have a fine portrait.

also, if you want to keep the coloring, you need to clean up the portions spilling onto the top & bottom eyelid.




  
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Jun 11, 2008 12:36 |  #4

To me the contrast on the face seems a bit harsh. I typically don't like the selective coloring on photos, but I think this one seems nice. I agree with Jakpot on the color spilling over, especially on the lower lid...


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Jun 11, 2008 22:30 |  #5

Okay, I will fix that and the contrast. Anything else? Other then posture.


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Jun 27, 2008 01:03 |  #6

Edited, what do you all think?

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Jun 27, 2008 01:18 |  #7

The eyes look a bit satanic. Can't say that it is a pleasing look. I can't envision the young lady being flattered by it.


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Jun 27, 2008 01:25 |  #8

She thinks it is entertaining.


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