Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Touch up Tuesday/Thursday

Main Edited:
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       Original:                                  Vintage b&w edit:
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With this photo of Ellie's senior session I wanted to make it soft and simple.
How I did that was first do a clean edit... (fix contrast levels reduce any noise etc.) Then I went in and soften the skin with the Coffee shops powder room2 action. Once that was to my liking I then went in and softened her hair brighten her eyes reduced any noise sharpened and was done.
then I thought it might look girl with a vintage b&w flare. How I did that was in Photoshop 8 I used the smart brush tool went into the photographic section choose tin type covered the whole photo and reduced the opacity to just show a slight color in the flower. fixed the levels a little and was done. 
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15 comments:

  1. It was a beautiful photo to begin with, but the editing certainly adds a little extra. Well done.

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  2. You have such a beautiful subject - gorgeous shot, gorgeous edits.

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  3. Great pictures, she's such a lovley young woman!

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  4. Lovely pictures! The tutorial is great!

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  5. Lovely pictures! The tutorial is great!

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  6. Very beautiful. I original is perfect and the edit is amazing as well. Great job!
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  7. i LOVE the vintage B&W edit. The only thing that bothers me is that larger tree behind her that is the same color as her hair. Otherwise both edits are really nice.

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  8. I love the edits and its original. You have a beautiful eye! That vintage/black and white is really gorgeous.

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  9. Stunning model and stunning photo.

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  10. i LOVE the vintage B&W edit. The only thing that bothers me is that larger tree behind her that is the same color as her hair. Otherwise both edits are really nice.

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