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By mikeweeks  
I am playing with more tools in photoshop to try to improve my retouching. I know that freckles are not something that really need to be removed but it was part of a technique that I wanted to try.

Tags: Portrait Digitally manipulated Retouch Portraits and people

Voters: IMAGESTAR, miptog, Rob_Taylor and 17 more

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miptog 12 3.6k 61 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2007 8:17PM
Like this shot. Would reduce the effect slightly, as it seems slightly too processed, but only ever so slightly. Mike

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IMAGESTAR 12 7 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2007 8:24PM
A Beautiful image.
mikeweeks 13 974 3 England
28 Dec 2007 8:30PM
thanks for the comments, just a matter of preference I feel
thanks for the comments and mod. I could have produced such a version but deliberately wanted the soft focus look and lightness of tone. Neither are wrong, just different interpretations.

Leebo 11 2 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2007 8:38PM
Love the softness and superb removal of the freckles, technique works fine.
Diana 11 2.0k 19 Netherlands
28 Dec 2007 8:45PM
nice image and great processing, I'm learning too so really helps to see how others go about this, and really like V 3 too

johnlw 11 1 10 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2007 10:50PM
I love the eyes . Good image
Regards John
28 Dec 2007 11:23PM
lovely shot and great manip couldn't resist a wee play though hope you like
diphoto 11 10 England
29 Dec 2007 10:29AM
No2 works for me, very natural & beautiful model, well done.

mikeweeks 13 974 3 England
29 Dec 2007 9:27PM
Many thanks for the comments.
Stuart (Cub69) like the use of the square format, not too keen on the eyeshadow though Smile

30 Dec 2007 11:32PM
aw well you win some you lose some lol
Steinmachine 14 80 Scotland
23 Nov 2008 9:38PM
beautiful skin tones great image

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