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Zuzah

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Nice job on the flesh tones. I like the touch of the red blood vessels on the eyes!
Actually had some trouble with this one, the saturation didn't seem to change no matter what I did, and I felt he was very pale, thank you :smile:

The devil's in the details. :D
 

civilwarincolor

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Actually had some trouble with this one, the saturation didn't seem to change no matter what I did, and I felt he was very pale, thank you :smile:

The devil's in the details. :D

I like it, some of your other recent ones have been a little dark for me.
 

Zuzah

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I like it, some of your other recent ones have been a little dark for me.
I've decided to always do Soft Light for studio images, there's not a shred of Color mode in this, except for the brass parts - outdoor parts will still be Color mode though, I feel it fits best.
 

civilwarincolor

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I've decided to always do Soft Light for studio images, there's not a shred of Color mode in this, except for the brass parts - outdoor parts will still be Color mode though, I feel it fits best.

We are thinking alike. I am using 95% Soft Light in studio and probably 70-80% Color for outdoor shots.
 


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