I'm not a full on retoucher, but I do my own post work for shoots.
I had a photo that I really wanted to get rid of the leaves to elongate her neck. Is it believable? Or should I just keep the leaves and call it a day?
With Leaves: http://oi40.tinypic.com/5ajrkz.jpg
Without Leaves: http://oi39.tinypic.com/15refx5.jpg
Please leave some tips for a better result if possible! Thank you.
Jun 08 13 12:17 pm Link
New York, New York, US
Looks be-leave-able. Good job!
Jun 08 13 12:27 pm Link
Oh you got jokes!
I hope it does. Thank you
Jun 08 13 12:30 pm Link
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Looks excellent ... may be just a hint more blur to the top of the white trim where the neck meets the shoulder ... see the harder edge ?
Jun 08 13 03:02 pm Link
Brandon, Florida, US
The skin color doesn't quite match where the leaves were, but it's so subtle that I can't say I would have noticed it if I didn't know you removed something. But it might just be my monitor...
Overall a great job.
Jun 08 13 03:22 pm Link
Liquid Lace Studios wrote:
Yes! I do see that. Will fix. Thank you.
David Thorpe wrote:
I see it but then I don't. I'm on a TV looking at this. Brighten it a tad bit with dodge maybe??
Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom
Perhaps a split to take the texture from the arm of the jersey and from the neck area before you clone, then you can add it back in post clone. I may also be tempted to shade in the throat area and bring back the bit you have removed/lessened.
Jun 11 13 01:03 am Link
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Kalen Lea wrote:
Please No Leaves! Rule Of Thirds implays this notion, so no leaves and your subject will be what its intended to be (the subject) not the leaves
Aug 07 13 02:52 am Link
San Antonio, Texas, US
It's very good and believable. You did a great job.
Aug 07 13 03:14 am Link
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
No leaves works great
Aug 07 13 03:28 am Link
Belgrade, Central Serbia, Serbia
It's way to flat and the skin is just way to blue. Neck area looks choppy.
Sep 18 13 06:20 am Link