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Trying some new photo processing techniques out.
Old 12-03-2005, 07:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ciao folks,

This is a photo from a shoot on Dec. 1 I did with Richard Ball. Richard is a prince who said it's okay for me to play with the images. I'm trying to push my post-processing knowledge and this is my first attempt at placing a person in a cartoon-like setting (think human being in Toon Town). I started with a black and white setting with touches of gray to make it easy on myself.

Here's a run-down on what I did to get it to this point:
* chose each of the background colors (blue, pink, and cream) with the eyedropper tool (left the gray shadows for effect)
* deleted the above mentioned colors with the color replacer tool, substituting white
* chose the sofa's green with teh eyedropper, then replaced it with white using the color replacer tool
* chose the hightlights created by the lights on the jacket and replaced them with white (to try to make it look drawn on)
* outlined the boots and underwear in the same manner as the jacket
* cloned small areas on the knees and back of the hands and laid them over one another, then dusted them with the big soft cover brush to create a painted effect
* filling in the color with the detail brush on the daisies in the earrings so the lavender color "pops" a bit more
* used a single application of blur: soften filter to soften the human outline so it didn't look "placed" in the background.

I'd love to hear from folks what I could do to further the effect. I'd like to get really good with this effect so I can apply it to a couple of future shoots.

Thanks muchly in advance.

Chrissie

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