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#1 milzee

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Posted 21 November 2006 - 07:47 AM

how can i edit my photos of a friend to make her look like a supermodel?

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Posted 21 November 2006 - 07:52 AM

You could use the soften feature that will give a soft focus that is used in many Photoshoots. But it really depends on the subject. Maybe remove blemishes and smooth them in.
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Posted 21 November 2006 - 09:00 AM

Darken up the hotspots where the flash hits the face (tip of the nose, between the eyebrows, cheekbones, chin, lower neck, forehead) and lighten up the natural shadows (below hairline, around mouth specially below nose, around eyes, sides of nose, just below chin).

Remove stray hair(s). Smooth skin as to nearly remove any natural "texture" (aka enhancing makeup). Whiten teeth, cover up scars, bring out the color in the eyes, whiten eyes, don't use a distracting background (like don't photograph her infront of a burning building because no one will care about her, they'll be looking at the fire), have her wear colors that she looks great in (complimenting colors/patterns), do profile shots, close ups/full lengths/secenic photos to see which is best, use props that compliment her (roses, puppies/kittens, children, horses...while some would look great holding a rose, they might be uncomfortable near an animal wich would cause them not to smile naturally, or they might be allergic to flowers so use pets/small children instead-->infants are always a big hit), different poses but nothing to ecentric, don't wear anything flashy or revealing as it'll take away from the subject(her).

If you can get digital, then do like projectfocus said and try some subtle filters, again, don't overdo it as you don't want to take away from her.

Other than those baiscs (which some I missed no doubt) it's just hit and miss as far as exactly what you're looking to do......or was all this to much information? LOL!

Hope it helps :thumbsup:
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Posted 21 November 2006 - 09:42 AM

They are great snippets of information there. Almost a complete makeover kit.

If you have some pic that you are trying too edit that have already been taken post one here and we will see what the best action for each area will be.
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