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Soft,creamy skin tones+great summer photo!
Example photo attached (sophia.jpg)
Can anyone, please, let me know how do I get this fresh, clean skin tone?
And there is also the gorgeous kind of overexposed effect to the photo that makes it look like a perfect summer photo! Example given is from ToneItUp girls on Facebook (katrina.jpg)
Do you know how to achieve similar effect? I've searched a lot on YouTube, but never found a tutorial that would answer my question.
Welcome to the forums.
Lets get straight to your question. I really don't know how to accomplish your type of willing style.
Maybe you can find some lightroom templates to do this kind of photography.
Even though, i don't want to be harsh, but i think a photographic style is developed by yourself, and not by an example. You can make great images of the ideas you have about the type of photography you talk about, but you will run out of inspiration at the time.
I have faced that problem myself, willing too much to create a specific style, but i ended up waiting on my couch for inspiration. And then i just got out and shoot and try to create something which i like and which i can get my hands on Thats what helped me.
Sorry about my crappy English. I am still a dutchmen But i will keep on trying.
Keep on going, maybe someone else can help you with this style of photography.
You're right. I have a long way to go. I understand what you're saying about developing my own style. I just like to experiment and try new things every time.
Do you use the program Lightroom? You can download presets from Greg's site if you joined the newsletter...
Maybe thats something for you..
Here's a few tutorial on skin retouching from Lynda.com. Some of the links you can watch others are part of their paid service.
I rely a lot on Adobe tv to learn about Photoshop. There's tons of free tutorials on there as well.
I can't believe it's that simple!
Here is the link:
I also downloaded some Photoshop actions, but I prefer to learn how to do stuff instead of just downloading actions. But that's a start.
Will post some photos soon
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