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Anatoly Yakovlev
Posts: 71
Qaragandy, Qaragandy, Kazakhstan


Hi! can anyone suggest how to do this effect?
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/120826/14/503a8f9f9adc2_m.jpg
Jan 03 13 08:54 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
M Pandolfo Photography
Posts: 12,113
Tampa, Florida, US


If you mean the hair I would recommend watching There's Something About Mary.
Jan 03 13 09:01 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
JBerman Photography
Posts: 1,089
New York, New York, US


the photographers and retouchers info is in the details...why not ask them?
Jan 03 13 09:05 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Paul AI
Posts: 1,046
Shawnee, Oklahoma, US


Michael Pandolfo wrote:
If you mean the hair I would recommend watching There's Something About Mary.

borat

Jan 03 13 09:07 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Good Egg Productions
Posts: 15,062
Orlando, Florida, US


It would be helpful if you were specific about what effect you're talking about.
Jan 03 13 09:08 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Ken Fournelle
Posts: 99
Saint Paul, Minnesota, US


This appears to be a smudging technique.

k
Jan 03 13 09:21 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Anatoly Yakovlev
Posts: 71
Qaragandy, Qaragandy, Kazakhstan


Michael Pandolfo wrote:
If you mean the hair I would recommend watching There's Something About Mary.

you can more? if there is a link to the plugin?

Jan 03 13 09:24 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Don Garrett
Posts: 4,191
Escondido, California, US


Michael Pandolfo wrote:
If you mean the hair I would recommend watching There's Something About Mary.

Ooh, hair gel !           (good one)
-Don

Jan 03 13 09:29 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Anatoly Yakovlev
Posts: 71
Qaragandy, Qaragandy, Kazakhstan


Good Egg Productions wrote:
It would be helpful if you were specific about what effect you're talking about.

get the effect of which is visible on the hair and the lips!

Jan 03 13 09:29 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Anatoly Yakovlev
Posts: 71
Qaragandy, Qaragandy, Kazakhstan


JBerman Photography wrote:
the photographers and retouchers info is in the details...why not ask them?

I already wrote scouts!)

Jan 03 13 09:31 am  Link  Quote 
Digital Artist
Platinum Dust
Posts: 93
San Francisco, California, US


Looks like Topaz Clean.
Jan 03 13 09:46 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
AJScalzitti
Posts: 12,187
Atlanta, Georgia, US


The whole image has a bit of the topaz like HDR effect to it.
Jan 03 13 09:55 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Anatoly Yakovlev
Posts: 71
Qaragandy, Qaragandy, Kazakhstan


Platinum Dust wrote:
Looks like Topaz Clean.

thank you very much!)

Jan 03 13 10:17 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
TRENT FETFAN
Posts: 1,024
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, US


Any of the painterly plug ins will do it also if you have cs6 you can use the oil paint filter
Jan 03 13 12:40 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Peano
Posts: 4,106
Lynchburg, Virginia, US


That effect can be done with smudge painting. (There are also plug-ins that do it, but I don't know what they are.}

http://deardorfftraining.com/galleries/ … photoshop/

http://www.innographx.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=18
Jan 03 13 12:48 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Rebecca Christine
Posts: 7,065
Chester, England, United Kingdom


Cs6 can do it, was probably that but as mentioned Topaz does a pretty good job of it - too.
Jan 03 13 03:33 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Daniel LaHaie
Posts: 21
Portland, Oregon, US


As mentioned above, CS6 does have an oil painting filter which does a good job on some photos. In the example below, I just ran the oil painting filter on one of my older photos. Used the filter on a copy of the original image, placed it above the original in photoshop, and masked out the eyes so you could see the originals "Underneath". Worked out fairly well and took all of a minute.

http://vonmoses.com/hosted_images/oil_painting-small.jpg
You can also lessen the effect by just turning down the opacity of the "painted" layer, which would make it more like the image you had as an example.
The larger size version can be found here:
http://vonmoses.com/hosted_images/oil_painting.jpg

Take care, I hope this helps in some small way.
Jan 04 13 01:59 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Anatoly Yakovlev
Posts: 71
Qaragandy, Qaragandy, Kazakhstan


Von Moses Photography wrote:
As mentioned above, CS6 does have an oil painting filter which does a good job on some photos. In the example below, I just ran the oil painting filter on one of my older photos. Used the filter on a copy of the original image, placed it above the original in photoshop, and masked out the eyes so you could see the originals "Underneath". Worked out fairly well and took all of a minute.

http://vonmoses.com/hosted_images/oil_painting-small.jpg
You can also lessen the effect by just turning down the opacity of the "painted" layer, which would make it more like the image you had as an example.
The larger size version can be found here:
http://vonmoses.com/hosted_images/oil_painting.jpg

Take care, I hope this helps in some small way.

Thank you)

Jan 04 13 05:29 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
AndyHope
Posts: 60
New York, New York, US


I've seen the retoucher/artist's work around and in a thread where someone asked how he got his final edit, he explained that he ran the image through several programs, including Imagenomic Portraiture, one of the Topaz plugins, Alien Skin, and also hand-painting in Photoshop with a tablet, I believe. I can try to find the post, but I think he mentioned it was a process.
Jan 06 13 07:31 pm  Link  Quote 
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