used diffuse glow instead of guassian blur to add some highlight
Some how I like the one from Jopel..Thanks Jopel for sharing it..The reason is because the skin looks more natural..Sometimes, bluring the skin gives a better "look" (smooth lah), however, it also creates a weird feeling about the skin texture (feeling like too much make up which I really don't like it)....
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so many contributions. Really good works.
Really hoped the gurus can share their workflow.
I like tim's the best!
I can't help it but to poke my nose into this thread. Anyway, this is my attempt.
Here's my very quick attempt, tried to leave pore detail and remove spots and blemishes keeping it natural.
Is good to keep it in natural not too much, looks fake. I got a frd who ps one pic using more than 6 layers. Still got 20++ pics. Waste of time. Simple & easy will do.
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Hope I did it correct
This is my try via some layers and minimal cloning away of the really deep acne. Other than that, most of the pores are practically disappeared or reduced via the layers. Some masking to allow certain areas of the layers to show through as well as some sharpening.
This is my workflow for easy reference.
haha dig up buried with abit of sand dig up again mah..refreshing our skills and techniques haha