Greetings to all !Here my last three images accepted, I hope you like them!This is a background of skin, we hope that sells. To photograph I had to use two Nikon SB900 flash in slave. Although this, I had to use a filter of Camera Raw, to carefully adjust the exposure and contrast. This material has proven highly reflective and difficult to photograph. For these two images, I made a collage of photographs of water splash. The techniques used in Photoshop have been many: clipping mask,... continue reading
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Imagenomic's Portraiture Plug-in, without a doubt, is one of the best new plug-ins I use.Imagenomic’s software provides every creative control I could want, but I’ve found the default settings so accurate that I end up tweaking them only on rare occasions. Usually, it’s one click and I’m done—it's that fast!The soft mask that Portraiture applies does not take away from the natural look of the model, yet it saves incredible amounts of time and that is what I am looking for,otherwise... continue reading
Here is a another quick and very useful photoshop tip for retouching a skin.1. First open the picture of-course. I will use this picture for example .2. Duplicate the layer (CTRL+J)3. Median filter on the duplicated layer (Filter -> Noise -> Median). In my picture i use 3 pix radius (my picture is 10Mpix).4. Set the duplicated layer as Lighten from blending options in layer palette.5. Create a layer mask (still on duplicated layer) and fill the mask black.6. Now with white color soft... continue reading
I've published an illustrated step-by-step skin retouching tutorial in my blog.The article focuses on how to clean skin effects, and how to do edits like a nose form. Skin smoothing technique will be described separately.Remark: It is not a video - it is printed text with pictures :)Your feedback is welcome - either here or under the main article at http://miklav.blogspot.com/2008/07/beginners-skin-retouching-tutorial.html continue reading
When shooting with models, you can have problems related to the skin. That isn't a problem at all since you can easily fix those little "imperfections" with Photoshop.Below you can find two links of tutorials that show easy and useful techniques to help you make your stock photographs more appealing.Fixing skin problems with PhotoshopFast and easy facial retouch with PhotoshopI hope it will help you out. continue reading
You can see this wonderful tutorial here :It is indeed really helpful to totally change the mood of a photograph. continue reading
Ever wanted to add a tattoo to one of your models?Thinking of getting a tattoo yourself?Here's an easy and painless way to get great results (at least on screen/paper) by following this great and easy TutorialHere's some great examples of tattoos on Dreamstime alreadyHope you enjoy it and if you find this article useful then please click on the useful button above.Thanks continue reading
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