Be as harsh as you wish, as long as it is constructive. I'm struggling with the skin on her chest, no idea how to go about it... If you have any suggestions for that it'd be most welcome :)
Would love, truly appreciate, details in your feedback regarding this work and some of my other works if you'd please. All images are captured and edited by me.
In this Video I have explain how I shot this Photo with this Mysterious Light!
I know for someone it looks "Hard" to figure it out how did I use this kind of Light, but watch this Video and you will see it is so Easy...!
Examples of retouching my photos.
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Working on D&B to remove primary skin issues. Any advice would be great. I'm using Affinity to achieve all processing on this image.
I took this photo 6 years ago and when I was introduced to this website I thought I might post it here and get you valuable
feedback, advice or comments.
Thank you and I really appreciate it.
I can't get the vignette right and I don't know how to properly adjust the color. I'm a newb. Shot with a Canon 6d and a 50 mm 1.4 along with a prophoto a1 strobe.
I'm using GIMP and just learned how to use masks and layers. Again, as everyone should know, I am a total NEWB!
I would like to create images images as attached.
Some are taken with film, but I know some are taken and edited digitally...
Does anyone know how you analyse images for colorgrading and how to achieve this look?
I'm still in the process of learning artificial light, so the before image kind of sucks. But, trying to go for a "beauty" or "glamour" kind of look???? Definitely not my normal style, not quite sure on it
I am working on a personal project called 'vintage.' This is an example of taking the term to the extreme!
I made this image under not so good lighting conditions at my photoclub. I made a low-key out of it in post and gave it a color toning. I know that post editing is not about making good photos out of bad ones, but this is with what I came up with. Tips anybody?
I'm working on a personal project called, "TIME". It's a simple idea of photographing people with clocks. The concept for this photo required a 24" clock with roman numerals but all I had was a 3½" clock so I made a cardboard cutout and inserted the clock later using photoshop. My wife said, "try that in the darkroom" refering to the old film...