Haha! Ouch that sounds painful. Yes you could say this with this look he has :)
I would like to try that gritty look so please feel free to tell me how it would be done. Do you mean like a grunge look that would be fun. I only have photoshop and lightroom and Nik
I was so busy trying not to get the reflection of my modifier on the glasses of the head shots of this wonderful gentleman I missed the catch lights in his eyes. Would you just add some or leave it alone .
Thank you Richard this gives another look to try. I will go through the steps and see how I get on . Good thing is once I get it right I can copy settings to others. This fun shoot is teaching me a lot but think I really need a night class in how to light for portraits :)
Steven good job thank you for sharing it. Did you tone her straight from a colour in her face ?
So much better than I got on I took a sample from her face and painted over her body to match pulled back the opacity of the layer but it looked too fake.
Bob it was her first time and her make up was done by a make up artist so can’t blame her really. I think it is more my fault as this was my first time shooting for beauty head shots and not sure about lighting her correctly. lol.
Hi everyone had my first go at using a beauty dish and wanted to ask if anyone could give me the best way in photoshop to get all the tones to match. I was not sure about how much light to use etc for the shoot but do love the image. Only thing is I am finding it hard to get the skin to blend in...