|Jan 22, 2007, 03:06 AM||#1|
As some of you know, I love tinkering with Photoshop - especially taking fashion shots and airbrushing them.
However, I've followed a lot of the online tutorials for airbrushing and I never get it quite right. It either looks un-airbrushed or too 'smooth' or blurred (a lot of the tutorials use Gaussian blur applied to a new top layer, then erase through the eyes, lips etc of the original).
I was hoping the more experienced [genius] PS users such as Blue Velvet etc might be able to shed some light on achieving a more professional look. I want that smooth, blemish-free skin - but still keeping the skins texture.
Anyway, any help you can offer would make the geek in me very happy!
|Jan 22, 2007, 03:12 AM||#3|
There is no way on earth that I'm a genius Photoshop user. I'm just a print designer more comfortable with layouts and publications, and getting average work out the door quickly. Photo-retouching is an art that I haven't had the time to learn about...
|Jan 22, 2007, 03:14 AM||#4|
|Jan 22, 2007, 01:07 PM||#6|
Great tutorial!! Thanks!
I've been a member of stock.xchng for awhile, but never knew they had tutorials on there.
To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.
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