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Looks like he uses presets, something like "Florabella" https://www.facebook.com/FlorabellaActions?fref=ts


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It would be possible, but it would also be just about the hardest way to go about doing it. Not only would there be next to no interactivity (no real-time feedback on the image changes) while you create your gradient, you need to mentally manage the translation between the RGB 0-255 scale that the info panel displays and the 0-100% scale that the gradient ...


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Given that most skin features are blown out I can assume that He starts with a somewhat bright, somewhat blown out, somewhat "milky" picture. Then adds adequate contrast to make the black very rich. Like in his picture of the blond hair girl with a white sheet. Then all that's left is to add a soft "milky effect" there are a number of ways to achieve this ...


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Mostly looks like the white and black points are just shifted in a bit to output grey. Contrast is lowered and shadows to mid are dropped a bit to keep a bit of clear tone. Pretty much the entire look can be done with curves.


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If you know the color beforehand, it's pretty simple. Create a new layer and fill with the desired color. Change the blending mode to "difference". Now you can create a mask from the composite, invert so the desired color is white in the mask and use curves to make everything else black. If you use another method from one of the other answers, you can still ...


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For Macs, CMD-Opt-Shift-G works. For PC, Ctrl-Alt-Shift-G.


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Actually you have showed not brush tool but healing tool which is quite different thing. The healing tool tries to copy a texture from sample area to the target area trying to keep original color at the target area. Let's say you're using a peace of clean fabric as a source and trying to "cure" the same fabric but with a spot on it. Healing tool will take ...


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Typically the reason is that by darkening the sky you're basically mapping a certain range (say, 10 levels) in a more extended range (let's say twice as much, 20). Therefore you're actually enhancing the tone difference between adjacent pixels. An extreme example of this is when you stretch the range so much that you start to see the quantization error: it ...


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To do this, you'll need each individual to be easily extractable from their background and be able to place them in to another scene. You will want consistent, even and reproducible lighting, so you will need to shoot with only artificial light in a room with no windows (or at night). Any variations in lighting will make it very obvious that the images ...


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Lightroom has some similar elements to Photoshop but is a different user paradigm. It is a photo organizer and raw processor in one. It is also a non-destructive editor where you don't have to worry about pressing "save as" all of the time.


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Create your action -In your action you MUST "SAVE AS .png" Go to "Automate > Batch -Choose your action, folder, desitination -YOU MUST THEN, Check the box "Override Action "Save As" Commands Click "OK" and wallah! If you saved your action correctly with the "save for web / .png", you will have your image assest outputted properly as .png's NOTE - You will ...


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Paintshop Pro is for making pixel edits to individual photos (à la Photoshop). Aftershot Pro is for organising and making non-destructive edits to RAW files (à la Lightroom).



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