Finally everything that you need to know about getting those fantastic portraits ----- all in 38 seconds.
some damn good ps skills there, though the end result looked nothing like the real person. I could be a male model yet.
"It is one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it is another thing to make a portrait of who they are" - Paul Caponigro
Constructive Critique of my photographs is always appreciated
Reminds me of the Dove evolution ads from a few years back that won a couple of awards.
Enough to give PP a bad name! (Can't think of any at present, but p... p...)
CC, Image editing OK.
Any wonder she's in my dreams (jeez, I wish my dreams where longer and based on reality).
Wow some photoshop work
Canon 5D Mark II, 7 D Lens Canon 24-105mm L Canon 16-35mm II L Canon 100mm Sigma 10-20mm Canon 50mm 1.8
Although I feel this type of work gives 'Photography' a bad name it really only changes and improves the process. Images were composited or combined before the 1900's and retouching and dedicated retouchers where standard in any portrait business worth it's salt for over a 100 years.
Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.
I just wish I had the skilled touch with Photoshop to be able to fine tube a portrait to that extent. I tried to remove some of the harsh lines on a portrait of my mum to see her as she normally is rather than when she purses her lips when freaking out for the camera. I just made her look unreal. My puppetwarping skills need much help!
It's not the skill of the photosoppery that's in Q, rather the reason for this application of it.
Last edited by ameerat42; 03-11-2013 at 11:13am.
OOOOhhh, I'd like to know how they do the leg lengthening so quick and easy!!