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Oct 7, 2020 11:47:15   #
cony25
 
Pictures do not come out like this from the camera....

How did they saturate the colors without saturating the skin color?

No, this is not my picture, I found it, I will not profit nor use it for commercial purposes, nor any other purpose. Just need help analyzing the post production part.
It got a lot of rave reviews and customers wanted a photo shoot using this style.
Your feedback is appreicated.



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Oct 7, 2020 12:00:14   #
PixelStan77 Loc: Vermont/Chicago
 
cony25 wrote:
Pictures do not come out like this from the camera....

How did they saturate the colors without saturating the skin color?

No, this is not my picture, I found it, I will not profit nor use it for commercial purposes, nor any other purpose. Just need help analyzing the post production part.
It got a lot of rave reviews and customers wanted a photo shoot using this style.
Your feedback is appreicated.


Mine do with proper lighting.

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Oct 7, 2020 12:00:18   #
nathanweddings
 
Vibrance and perhaps a slight blurring of the background.

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Oct 7, 2020 12:02:10   #
tradio Loc: Oxford, Ohio
 
A composite image with natural and strobe lighting.
(I think the background was added)

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Oct 7, 2020 12:04:02   #
RoswellAlien
 
Ditto on background being added. Can see shadow on the “ground” and is too perfect.

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Oct 7, 2020 12:21:01   #
Fotoartist Loc: Detroit, Michigan
 
Shot with fill-in flash first and foremost. Then manipulated with any of several things you can do in Photoshop.

I never use a shot straight out of the camera myself.

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Oct 7, 2020 12:24:26   #
Fotoartist Loc: Detroit, Michigan
 
tradio wrote:
A composite image with natural and strobe lighting.
(I think the background was added)


Nice thought but you would have to question anyone using such a badly chaotic and distracting bkg. among all the other choices they would have had.

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Oct 7, 2020 12:29:36   #
Abo Loc: Victoria Australia
 
Fotoartist wrote:
Nice thought but you would have to question anyone using such a badly chaotic and distracting bkg. among all the other choices they would have had.


Not to mention where the feet have been amputated.

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Oct 7, 2020 12:45:11   #
rgrenaderphoto Loc: Hollywood, CA
 
cony25 wrote:
Pictures do not come out like this from the camera....

How did they saturate the colors without saturating the skin color?

No, this is not my picture, I found it, I will not profit nor use it for commercial purposes, nor any other purpose. Just need help analyzing the post production part.
It got a lot of rave reviews and customers wanted a photo shoot using this style.
Your feedback is appreicated.


It is a composite image.

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Oct 7, 2020 13:20:31   #
rmalarz Loc: Tempe, Arizona
 
If it were done with one photo, the choice of time of day and skillful use of flash would produce a very good foundation for the processing to produce this result. Processing selective colors is not difficult.
--Bob

cony25 wrote:
Pictures do not come out like this from the camera....

How did they saturate the colors without saturating the skin color?

No, this is not my picture, I found it, I will not profit nor use it for commercial purposes, nor any other purpose. Just need help analyzing the post production part.
It got a lot of rave reviews and customers wanted a photo shoot using this style.
Your feedback is appreicated.

Reply
Oct 7, 2020 17:41:30   #
jamesl Loc: Pennsylvania
 
cony25 wrote:
Pictures do not come out like this from the camera....

How did they saturate the colors without saturating the skin color?

No, this is not my picture, I found it, I will not profit nor use it for commercial purposes, nor any other purpose. Just need help analyzing the post production part.
It got a lot of rave reviews and customers wanted a photo shoot using this style.
Your feedback is appreicated.


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Mask out the skin areas to protect them, then increase the saturation. Actually I'd select the various areas one at a time so that I could selectively adjust the saturation/vibrance in each area.

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Oct 8, 2020 05:58:52   #
Tomfl101 Loc: Mount Airy, MD
 
Lower the temp add add saturation. That will usually cool the skin while saturating everything else.

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Oct 8, 2020 06:20:19   #
Haydon Loc: Hiding In Connecticut
 
I suspect it's a composite or some exposure masking. There isn't any catchlight to speak of in the eyes of either girls yet there seems to be a fill flash in the image.

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Oct 8, 2020 07:38:56   #
kymarto Loc: Portland OR and Milan Italy
 
Personally I find it rather horrible, rave reviews or not. Cutting off the feet is unbelievable.

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Oct 8, 2020 07:39:48   #
Pumble
 
RoswellAlien wrote:
Ditto on background being added. Can see shadow on the “ground” and is too perfect.


Another Ditto on the background being added. When I zoom in there is a black outline on the dresses where the mask edge is. I also agree with the thought that chopping off the feet and distracting background really takes away from the overall image.

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