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Jessica D Rivera
Posts: 114
Chicago, Illinois, US


I am a model but I also do photography.

I know a lot of people probably ask.
I was just wondering how to get the "Eye Candy" look....Like Men Magazine Looks? I absolutely love it.
Jun 19 12 05:17 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Faze1 photography
Posts: 558
Lawndale, California, US


Jun 19 12 06:35 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
The Art of Churchwell
Posts: 3,171
QUEENS VILLAGE, New York, US


hahaha good one. To the op if you wanna know it is really simple and I can inbox you to help you

Jun 19 12 06:48 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Jessica D Rivera
Posts: 114
Chicago, Illinois, US


The Art of Churchwell wrote:

hahaha good one. To the op if you wanna know it is really simple and I can inbox you to help you

That would be awesome :-)

Jun 19 12 09:33 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CLiKK
Posts: 18
Bellingham, Washington, US


The Art of Churchwell wrote:

hahaha good one. To the op if you wanna know it is really simple and I can inbox you to help you

I'd love to find out, also... Would you be able to inbox me as well, please?

Jun 23 12 03:53 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
YeePhotography
Posts: 1
Richmond, California, US


The Art of Churchwell wrote:

hahaha good one. To the op if you wanna know it is really simple and I can inbox you to help you

Can you also inbox me too

Jul 01 12 01:47 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
3 Dots Photography
Posts: 3
Wichita Falls, Texas, US


I would also like an inbox too please.
Jul 05 12 09:07 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Julian Clemens
Posts: 33
Saarbr├╝cken, Saarland, Germany


If you'd post the information, everyone could benefit.
Jul 24 12 03:57 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
WIP
Posts: 15,219
Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom


Never understood this type of retouching as it's air brush and not photography.

http://kathykavan.com/airbrush-art-of-the-1970s-1980s

If your looking for that effect put down your camera and pick up an airbrush.

Jul 24 12 04:02 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Faze1 photography
Posts: 558
Lawndale, California, US


c_h_r_i_s wrote:
Never understood this type of retouching as it's air brush and not photography.

http://kathykavan.com/airbrush-art-of-the-1970s-1980s

If your looking for that effect put down your camera and pick up an airbrush.

Lmao! I didn't say it! You did! Now Nick won't hate me. Yes! wink

You would be surprised how many Black glamour models or wanting to be models want that look. Nick didn't invent it, he was smart enough to put it on a dvd first. Nick may not be the best photographer but he is very business savvy!  Back when I 1st started I was really going to pay a lot of money to go to his boot-camp! LOL! Glad I didn't because I don't think I would have liked him very much after I found out it was a lot more to retouching.

        I have a buddy that makes a lot more than I do because he don't care that the models won't look real. He tells me all the time that as long as his name isn't going on the image and he is getting paid, he could careless how they look. I swear it takes him 15-20 mins editing. Lmao.

Jul 26 12 08:44 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
niero
Posts: 35
Minneapolis, Minnesota, US


Jessica D Rivera wrote:
I am a model but I also do photography.

I know a lot of people probably ask.
I was just wondering how to get the "Eye Candy" look....Like Men Magazine Looks? I absolutely love it.

There are also tons of tutorials online for any kind of retouching.
As an example:
http://tutorialpulse.com/photoshop-tuto … technique/

Jul 26 12 10:32 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
PhotoVision
Posts: 100
New York, New York, US


I did all of nick's 7 DVDs and learned a ton. You guys seem to be forgetting that nick specializes in Glamor retouching which are full body shots and therefore can be smoothed much heavier than portraits and beauty shots. Nick's slickforce technique is always done on separate layers and can therefore be scaled down to as little as he wants it. In his DVDs he emphasizes that its up to the retoucher how much he wants to smooth an image and Nick tells you what body parts models prefer to look more or less "real". It's absolutely not airbrushing. Airbrushing removes almost all texture.

I've found that using Nick's slickforce technique in combination with frequency separation works brilliantly because you lose no texture whatsoever.
Jul 27 12 12:29 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
mathieu drut
Posts: 404
San Jose, California, US


PhotoVision wrote:
". It's absolutely not airbrushing. Airbrushing removes almost all texture.
I've found that using Nick's slickforce technique in combination with frequency separation works brilliantly because you lose no texture whatsoever.

You must have watched a different set of DVDs than the rest of us. The technique is by nature destructive (you lose texture). The simple act of cloning (even with a low opacity) removes texture. If that's not called "airbrushing" I don't know what is.
I'm not saying it's a bad technique but you have to be aware of its strength and weaknesses (and be real).

Jul 27 12 12:40 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
PhotoVision
Posts: 100
New York, New York, US


Again, it's really a technique for glamor retouching. You kinda want the models to look smooth like seals there, it's not about displaying realism or a product, its about ... err.. well... being sexy and smooth like a seal ... *scratches head*
Jul 27 12 06:14 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
VigarLunaris
Posts: 65
Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany


Simply using YouTube - describe the effect you want to archive and than have a look there are thousand of tutorials out there.
Jul 27 12 07:16 am  Link  Quote 
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