ilghiz (708) 2010-11-28 13:13:36Tiltshift is a technique of making an object look smaller than it really is. To do it you must blur the background and the foreground, so the object remains in focus. Then the photo looks as if taken in supermacro mode, where sharpness depth is very low.
Dpbours (222) 2007-09-12 01:22:20Hi Krzystof,
I felt that the focus should be on the skulls and not on the door in the distance. For that reason I cropped it off.
After that an unsharp mask of 25% - 50 pix radius, a smart sharpening of 15% - 2 pix radius and a coversion to black and white with some accents on the yellow with the slider option in b/w option. Then a conversion to duotone and a quadtone panthone profile loaded and adjusted for these tones.
Then a conversion back to RGB, since you can't do a lot of adjustments in duotones and you can't save them as jpegs in photoshop cs3. After that I added grain, a small adjustment in highlights, a second sharpening with smart sharpen, an adjustment in contrast +10 and an adjustment in brightness.
A small rescaling in between all of this and a frame added with the canvas option.
Hope you like it!
adamchewts01 (862) 2007-06-07 07:54:36Did a lot here but to summarize it here it goes:
1. Adjust the canvas size
2. Use stamping tools to enlarge the wall
3. Crop the face to the rule of third (where the face will be place on the left)
4. Use quick mask to Select the eyes
5. Inverse the selection and adjusted hue/saturation
6. Adjust contrast by level
7. Airbrush the eyes a little
8. Use burn tool to burn the wall
9. Frame it by using stroke and colour dodge.
Hope you like it and useful to you.
DanCouture (34) 2007-03-25 23:08:23I work on her skin removed some of thr frekles using Gussian Blur and a mask and spot healing tool, I know it does removed some of the character of the image, it is just another version of the image ?