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This is a discussion on Fixing Skin within the Photoshop - graphics programs - pluggins - for photography forums, part of the Education & Technical category; In this video tutorial she uses CS2 but it works pretty much the same in CS3. I am looking to ...

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    In this video tutorial she uses CS2 but it works pretty much the same in CS3. I am looking to start photographing people and have been looking for tutorials that pertain to fixing people in photographs. I saw this one and find it well done but since photographing people will be new to me I would like feedback on what others think of her technique. All I need now it to find people who will let me shoot them, my youngest son is willing to do it for a price lol (I would pay him what he wants comes to $10.00) but would prefer adult models and everyone I know is like me and hates their photo being taken. Not really looking to pay models yet, need to find out what I am doing first. Think some Fashion and Portrait photography would be fun to try. May do some self portraits just to have something to work with then I can delete them all lol.

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    I thought this was a good tutorial and it goes to show you that there is quite a bit of work involved to get really good skin. (from someone that already has pretty good skin) I mean how old is that model anyway? 17? 18?
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    You can always join modelmayhem. Many models will work TFCD. Availability of models will depend on your geographic location.

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    Man - I wish I would have paid attention to this before. This tutorial is perfect for this months assignment! Needless to say, I am going to re watch this tutorial and hopefully post my assignment by this weekend. Thanks for sharing it, AL!

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