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Old 04-17-2007, 02:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi yall, well this is my first thread, and after looking at allot of beautifull photographs and the skin on the models it got me wondering. What kind of technique do you use more?
Right now I'm starting with blur and then use it with the history brush in photoshop.
I've also read of just painting it (but I feel clumsy in that dept.)

what other techniques do you use?
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Old 04-17-2007, 04:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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First start with the healing brush to remove each blemish. Pro models with good skin will need nothing more......remember, people have pores....normal skin doesn't look like smooth plastic.

If that isn't enough, you can smooth out the skin tone by clicking with the eyedropper tool on a mid-value (not too dark, not too light) area of the face, setting the paint brush to an opacity of about 5-8% and painting over the face until the skin tones even out.

Another popular solution is to create another layer to use diffuse glow with background set to white, grain set to 0, glow set to 2, and clear set to 11-13. Then, blend the layer with the existing image to your taste.
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I will try the diffuse glow, never used it before, thanx
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