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    Photoshop and Shine

    Shining, sweaty foreheads. Anyone have any good Photoshop techniques to remove it? My results are less than decent, I tried a few different things. Thanks..



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    It depends on the image... Could you post it?
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    yep give me a sec, I'll post it up..

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    She sent me this photo, asked me if I could take the uber shine from the center of her dome. Can't get anything that I like. Thanks

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    while your at it....whoever attempts...maybe get the gum out too (is that possible?)

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    That looks like on-camera flash, not sweat, to me...

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    i second that ^

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    OK, I gave it a try.



    `First, I adjusted the curves, lightening it up.
    `The gum was bugging me, so I used the Sponge tool to desaturate it, and now it's less distracting - it almost looks like her teeth. I also used this tool to whiten up their teeth
    `To get rid of the shine/glare, I mostly relied on the Patch tool (it's one of the Healing Brush options) For her forehead, don't select it all at once. I did it in 4 or 5 parts, using the upper right part of her forehead to switch it with. I used this techique on her cheeks, too.
    `There were some spots, like on their noses, that I used the Clone Stamp tool on. I set to a low opacity (~40%) and used a soft brush.
    `For fun, I also minimized the tan line on Mmagnetic Lasso tool to select the two, feathered the selection, inverted it, and darkened the background.

    Hope some of that is useful
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    i actually gavet his a try, but it pretty much looks like what k8 came up with, but i used lightroom. Gj k8

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    great job K8, thanks.. Yea the gum was a pain, and in my edited version I actually cloned it out. Both methods did great to get rid of it. Great job on the flash too.. I just couldnt get it to look right. Thanks for takin the time, i appreciate. And great explanation too!

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    Thanks, and no problem
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