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Both with textures and overlays

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Nice images Barbara, for me, the skin tones in the first one look a little green. Though WB is a very personal perspective. Thanks for sharing :12_slight_smile:

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I am really interested in how you use textures / overlays.  And a nice result to boot.  

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I like both of these, with the second my choice as favourite.......I like your processing very much.

FUJI

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Some beautiful images on your Flickr pages Barbara, hopefully we will see more in the future. 

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Very nice indeed - good to see you're still doing the texture stuff.

Korky

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I'm guessing that the overlays in this case were to produce a slightly antique look.  Not usually something you would associate with portraiture but this works for me.

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Thank you everyone, I at least manage to post these via my phone. and thought I had replied to posts.............I'm not very good with my phone

Thanks Fuji & John.........

Korky.....You set me on the right road with my textures:18_kissing_heart: it was the French Kiss that did it for me :8_laughing:

Kev, I never set out with any preconceived ideas, just change blending modes and adjustment layers until I see something I like. If it doesn't work just set it aside and may be go back sometimes months later.

Rick, Thanks, I applied a photo filter to that one for the BG need to go back and brush it out on the skin.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Barbara said:

Kev, I never set out with any preconceived ideas, just change blending modes and adjustment layers until I see something I like. If it doesn't work just set it aside and may be go back sometimes months later.

 

 

 

 

Probably the best way.  

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I had a second thought about this image after  Ricks comment, the first was downloaded from flickr onto my phone as I couldn't get the link to work, it does reduce the size of the file considerably

 

This one is downloaded from flickr with the link using my PC

 

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Now I think the changes that you have made have really given this one a lift.  Look great.  That background really enhances the shot.  The light on her face is very nice. 

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That version is much better, the skin tones look much, much better, and the overall image is a lot cleaner. 

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There's a big difference in those two shots, that second version if far better.

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No changes made, it is the same image, I originally had problems linking from Flickr from my phone so I downloaded it from Flickr onto my phone and uploaded it from there, This second image I linked straight from Flickr........................Same Image :) Strange!

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Understood.   And it’s a good one.  👍

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