Wednesday, January 30

R: Photoshop

Just a small update considering there's so many photos I've gtg through to. Anyhow, always thought how jessica claire makes her photos pop in terms of color and detail. Somewhat learnt her style of post processing and here's the results of before and after. Oh yah, she's Leanne, the beautiful bride of the sabah wedding one was talking about.

3 Eye Balls:

Blair said...

I know this is an imitation of someone else's style but I think the highlights are blown on the PP'd image. I don't know how a client would find this attractive when all the skin detail is washed out. But I have seen images like this before. This is why one should work in BnW. my $0.02

Monsta said...

indeed.. the highlights are washed out, especially on the dress. guess can do a compensated layer and brush back the details.

i somewhat find clients (malaysians) preferring porcelain like textures on their face. it's like the de facto standard in bridal shops here.

BnW, aights, will try on that.. :)
nah, your thoughts are worth much more then $0.02, way more.. so thanks blair :)

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