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Sara - Fantasy Portrait in Affinity Photo

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This is a retouch I did just for kicks.  Sara is a friend and professional stylist I've worked with many times.

Developed and edited in ProPhoto RGB space from RAW camera source.

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Windows 10 64 bit. nVidia1080ti, 64GB RAM, i7 4.XK proc, Wacom Intuos Medium Tablet.

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11 minutes ago, peter said:

Nice muted tones and speckled texture.

Thank you kindly Peter.


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...it has a certain foxing effect, which ages the background/plastered wall; as well as giving her skin a dappled effect, suggesting freckles.

 

Needs to be printed on heavy matt card stock.


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4 minutes ago, peter said:

...it has a certain foxing effect, which ages the background/plastered wall; as well as giving her skin a dappled effect, suggesting freckles.

 

Needs to be printed on heavy matt card stock.

...and to think, I was just fussing around in Affinity Photo.  ;) 


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Windows 10 64 bit. nVidia1080ti, 64GB RAM, i7 4.XK proc, Wacom Intuos Medium Tablet.

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Actually, that's a sign that you're doing something right. I've taken a few photos before, without even looking at the viewfinder or screen and they've been my favourite ones. 

 

If only this happened more often...


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13 minutes ago, peter said:

Actually, that's a sign that you're doing something right. I've taken a few photos before, without even looking at the viewfinder or screen and they've been my favourite ones. 

 

If only this happened more often...

Former life as a professional photographer.  This is merely a hobby for me now. 


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Windows 10 64 bit. nVidia1080ti, 64GB RAM, i7 4.XK proc, Wacom Intuos Medium Tablet.

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