Forums > Digital Art and Retouching > how do i make this skin-background colour

Digital Artist

umutyildiz0

Posts: 68

Ankara, Ankara, Turkey

ok

Dec 26 12 12:12 am Link

Retoucher

Pascal Flor

Posts: 82

Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Hi Umut,

I still remember that you wrote me a pm on facebook asking for the same but with other pictures. The way you ask seems like you wont even try to find it out on your own, rather let others do the work for you....

Dec 26 12 02:10 am Link

Photographer

Photography by Sean

Posts: 145

Atlanta, Georgia, US

Check out the thread about glazed skin.

Dec 26 12 05:17 am Link

Retoucher

Krunoslav Stifter

Posts: 3883

Santa Cruz, California, US

Pascal Flor wrote:
Hi Umut,

I still remember that you wrote me a pm on facebook asking for the same but with other pictures. The way you ask seems like you wont even try to finding it out on your own, rather let others do the work for you....

+1

Specific question deserves specific answer, general question deserves general answer.

Also make sure you explain what is your staring point what have you tired before, what exactly is the problem? Be specific, allow us to help you. Otherwise it's just like Pascal said.

Dec 26 12 06:44 am Link

Digital Artist

umutyildiz0

Posts: 68

Ankara, Ankara, Turkey

sorry, i can not find. I'm very curious. if you give a little hint hmm

Dec 26 12 01:41 pm Link

Photographer

J Allen Photographic

Posts: 209

Vancouver, Washington, US

Aside from the black and white photo, they all have cross processing done to them, among other things.

Dec 26 12 09:17 pm Link

Retoucher

Pascal Flor

Posts: 82

Berlin, Berlin, Germany

umutyildizz wrote:
sorry, i can not find. I'm very curious. if you give a little hint hmm

Umut, take the advice I gave you for the other pictures. It's the same procedure for these kind of pictures. So, you know you have several option like curves, levels, gradient map, etc to achieve the look you want. Try and play around with them and you'll probably learn a bit more about how the adj. layers work.

Dec 27 12 02:01 am Link

Digital Artist

umutyildiz0

Posts: 68

Ankara, Ankara, Turkey

Pascal Flor wrote:

Umut, take the advice I gave you for the other pictures. It's the same procedure for these kind of pictures. So, you know you have several option like curves, levels, gradient map, etc to achieve the look you want. Try and play around with them and you'll probably learn a bit more about how the adj. layers work.

i search were the ; curves, levels, gradient map. thanks. trying.

Dec 27 12 11:30 pm Link

Photographer

Stecyk

Posts: 305

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

umutyildizz wrote:
http://cfile23.uf.tistory.com/image/170 … D7AF6E049C

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Dec 28 12 09:47 am Link

Photographer

Carlos Occidental

Posts: 10546

Glendora, California, US

All the shots are completely different.  I can't figure out what it is you're asking help with.

Dec 28 12 11:48 am Link