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Discussion in 'Retouching and Post Processing' started by rustyfingers, Jun 5, 2007.
At least for me anyway :biggrin:
Any thoughts good, bad are welcome.
I very much like your processed version. Can you outline your processing? The additional contrast separates and enhances the transition between colours, and increased sharpening adds to the overall effect.
However, I must say I prefer the original, mainly because this particular photo is really excellent, for me, as is. I like the background leaves and detail in the foreground. The girl also has much more detail in her hair etc. and I think it's more flattering. I find the texture that has resulted on her legs distracting. Perhaps another image will benefit more from this technique? I really do like your result...just wonder if perhaps it's a little strong for the image. :smile:
Thanks for the helpful comments Robert. When I get something consistent I'll put it up, right now it's kinda hit and miss.
I like the color and grain look. Not sure I like the highlights.
It is a very interesting "look"....I like it :smile: Agree with Robert about the legs though.
I like the look of this processing. Sure would like to know how you did it though.
Very nicely done. A real work of art !!!!!
Looks good, but if you could somehow preserve the skin texture of the original it would look even better.
I like the original:>))))))
Interesting procesing though
Would be interested in what you did
The original's so beautiful it doesn't need any enhancing. Still, a pretty effect.
I like it, too. I am interested in how you did that. I like both versions.
Thanks to everyone for your kind comments and interest in the PP technique. I'm still working on what I actually did and trying to reproduce the results.
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