PLEASE tell me how he does it!

Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by Tara, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. Tara

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    Sorry, Tara, can't help ya with this one, but those are some interesting looking pics.
     
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    Makeup, lighting and airbrushing.
     
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    And probably a super-saturated portrait film, such as Kodak Portra UC-400.
     
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    Sorry, I don't know, but those pics are great :) He has a real talent for capturing people's personalities through the portraits and the use of colour is amazing :D
     
  6. MDowdey

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    when i was watching him take pictures of carmen electra and dave navarro, he had some crazy ass medium format camera that had a big wooden handle on the side and a poloroid back...


    and alot of airbrushing and digital enhancement..


    md
     
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    montage composition... each element lit individually then assembled
    and the whole thing equalised and retouched.. the muscleman's torso is
    more burnt. the uniformity of the orangey-red worktops definately looks
    like KPT equaliser or similar tool...(it's sharp @ 1 pixel radius, softned @
    2 and 4 pixel radius, and boosted @ the 64 -128 pixel frequencies, which
    gives this fusing-together look).
     
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    I forgot the name of it...but there is this magic little filter that you can buy that will help you get the exact composition, correct lighting and hours of retouching with a click of a mouse. try searching google.
     
  10. Tara

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    Oh my sides...my sides! Sarcasm will get you everywhere!
     
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    That was a Pentax 67 modified with a polaback.
     
  12. Cuervo79

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    Can you say , airbrushed? I don't like that kind of style, I prefer the more dark Helmut newton style....
     

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