Megan E Griscom

Posts: 466

Bordentown, New Jersey, US

I always liked this one from several months ago.
Photgrapher: DS Studios

Tinted version below...

Nov 22 12 06:07 am Link


Megan E Griscom

Posts: 466

Bordentown, New Jersey, US

Photgrapher: STAPHOTO

I liked this one as well. My personal faves are always the images where the model still has her skin. I'm not a fan of the over sharepened doll skin that is posted 80% of the time, but by far these are the images that get the most praise. Its perplexing because I think it really takes away from the work of everyone involved, the photographer, the MUA and the hairstylist.

But perfection is perception I

Nov 22 12 06:14 am Link


Silverstone Productions

Posts: 182

Eugene, Oregon, US

Also this one is good. My before and after

Nov 22 12 05:37 pm Link


PixelNation Retouching

Posts: 73

Nashville, Tennessee, US

tvandang retouching wrote:

awesome work....
What are you doing to pull up the details in the hairs on her neck?

Nov 24 12 08:30 am Link


PixelNation Retouching

Posts: 73

Nashville, Tennessee, US

vtrantien wrote:
Another one
(Taken by: #241209)

The details in her skin is awesome... willing to share how?

Nov 24 12 08:33 am Link



Posts: 42507

Houston, Texas, US

My favorite muliple image thus far:

Nov 24 12 08:38 am Link


amberlyn studios

Posts: 6

Ocala, Florida, US

This is maybe not 100% the best edit, but someone requested to do a pageant style edit, and I was very happy with it. … tana11.jpg

Nov 25 12 05:35 pm Link


Johnnyboy Photography

Posts: 242

Chicago, Illinois, US

Til This day, I believe this was my best edit.

Nov 27 12 05:39 am Link



Posts: 344

London, England, United Kingdom

Nov 28 12 09:52 am Link



Posts: 3152

Atlanta, Georgia, US

I did this last year and am rather fond of it. Original photo by Parthiv Mehta.

The original photo had a different background; I also composited in about 30% of the rocks and sea; leveled the photo (which is what necessitated the compositing of the rocks and water), composited the front part of the tutu, and composited in her leg from the original because leveling the photo and cropping it cut it off.

I barely did any work on her skin; since it wasn't a close-up, I didn't see the need to spend lots of time on her face. She really didn't need it anyway - gorgeous skin. Also changed the overall coloring - it was a lot different in tone - still very nice, but cooler, if I recall. It was a really nice picture to work on - Parthiv does some interesting shoots.

Dec 01 12 04:47 pm Link



Posts: 67

Vienna, Wien, Austria

probably these

Dec 02 12 02:13 am Link

Digital Artist

Andreea Cernestean

Posts: 495

Baia Mare, Maramureş, Romania

I think my latest became my new best smile

Dec 02 12 10:31 am Link


Robert Jewett

Posts: 2504

al-Marsā, Tunis, Tunisia

Or maybe this one:

Dec 02 12 10:36 am Link



Posts: 193

Belgrade, Central Serbia, Serbia

The latest one...

Apr 30 13 09:54 am Link



Posts: 59

London, England, United Kingdom

May 02 13 07:12 am Link



Posts: 9713

Seattle, Washington, US

Zorka wrote:
The latest one...

Very nice.

May 02 13 10:43 am Link



Posts: 134

Włocławek, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland

May 02 13 04:03 pm Link



Posts: 153

Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

probably these

Amazing work

May 03 13 02:45 am Link


Maddy Cleveland

Posts: 24

Minneapolis, Minnesota, US … o1_500.jpg

I love this edit of mine; and Stefan Boursons photography. The skin just needed a minor retouch. As well, the lighting was corrected.

May 18 13 08:32 pm Link


Pascal Flor

Posts: 82

Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Don't know if it's my best edit (that's what you have to decide), but I like the image that's for sure;

May 19 13 12:58 am Link



Posts: 216

Ludza, Ludzas, Latvia

one of my favourite

May 20 13 06:07 pm Link