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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

divawit3

First, the important stuff....
For those of you who asked, these *killer* jeans were purchased at a mall store called Buckle~



I'm wanting them too but doubt I can make them look near as good as she does!

I want to show you a few more of my shots from my Glam Redhead session.  I loved editing the images
from her shoot because I got to do some really dramatic, artsy style shots.  I learned quite a bit about skin editing too.  Seriously, the only way to improve is to practice ~ practice ~ practice!  This was a great learning experience for me...

Here's a more subtle portrait...
Original:


1.  I cropped and touched up her skin using Coffeeshop Baby Powder Room...just basic skin smoothing and a light glow.

2.  I added Dream Burst III texture from Kaleidoscope but erased it from her face, I just wanted it on the background...here's my screenshot:



3.  I ran PW Soft & Faded action at 100% to subdue the color.

4.  I ran Erin's Defog action at Pretty Foggy 70% 

Here's the final...


Here's another shot on the fence which showed off her great new figure...

Before ~


I didn't take screenshots but I cloned the grass in along the fence, then touched up her skin with Baby Powder Room and then added a few textures.  I ran the Coffeeshop Vivid 2 action to pop the colors at the end.

After ~



I'll be sharing more of my edits from this session soon...Stay Tuned~

6 comments:

Marcee said...

GORGEOUS!! I'm am always in awe of your work:) Love the jeans and I'll def. take her rear!

sweetwyo said...

Wow the original pic is wonderful but your editing really makes your pictures AMAZING!

cynthia gayle said...

Your shots are awesome! I love the close crop on the first one! As for Coffeeshop Powder Room---LOVE IT!!!

Kim said...

Thanks for sharing. I LOVE reading how you edit the photos!!!

Patti Brown said...

She is really beautiful, and you did an awesome job! - PB

Kelly S said...

Are those Miss Me jeans??? I have some just like it but mine have studded crosses on the butt. Super cool. You def did a great job with her & she looks amazing. Great work.

 
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