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74 yar old bride before and after photo

I'd not make thate strong use of PP for removing the natural look of the time that is manifested on that image of the elderly woman. In my humble opinion she looks great with the facial wrinkles, which are an evidence of her long and prosperous life.

What you might can do is to use PP for a very sparse correction of the hair colouring and maybe for some (slightly) more sharpening of the eyes.

Just my 2 pence,

(12-03-2012, 08:49 PM)Dennis.James Wrote: http://cgi-wsc.chi.us.siteprotect.com/ex...1203192233


She looks "cooked"
I tend to agree with Ferdy. But don't feel discouraged because when I first use PP, I was also a bit over enthusiastic and tend to overdo the smoothing.

My tip for you: You noticed that at the edge of the clothing the white linen "spilled" over to her skin making the edge whitish. To overcome this problem, you need to cut back on her skin area - keyboard shortcut "d". Change the default colour mask for the skin to something else, eg, red.
She looks like she has a question on her face. Not a bad photo. Good lighting.

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