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Camera: Canon EOS-50D
Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
Galleries: Portraiture, Children
Date Uploaded: Jun 14, 2012

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06/21/2012 08:45:46 AM
I like it that you listen to music while you work & get lost in the process. It's what I do & why I enjoy PP time. There is still a recognizable style to your work (aside from the faces) that is just as enjoyable now as ever. It's what keeps me coming back to this thread & the one before it. Good work!
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06/19/2012 07:25:38 PM
I really like this one, the eyes are so full of expression, love the use of the shadow and light in this one, great work!
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06/19/2012 08:27:46 AM
Excellent PP work.
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06/15/2012 09:51:39 PM
Originally posted by chazoe:

Can you share how you did this? Very interesting processing.


Not sure the exact steps I used. (Need to do a better job in capturing them so I can repeat the process) But I can share how I created the light coming through what appears to be military netting. I created a new layer (black) reduced the opacity, created a layer mask and used a large brush (33% Opcacity) and painted over the parts of the face where I thought the light should shine through.

I always use levels and curves. Lately I have be adding a bit of Gaussian blur to the backgrounds. I like how it creates depth. The eyes were just over sharpened (like 3x)

Lesson learned: Take the time to record steps.

I often listen to music when I am processing and find myself getting lost in the experience.

06/15/2012 09:22:52 PM
That's some pretty bad ass editing! Well done!
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06/15/2012 03:03:28 PM
Damn, that's good man!
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06/14/2012 11:35:20 PM
Can you share how you did this? Very interesting processing.
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