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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    what do you guys think of stuff like this?

    http://denisolivier.deviantart.com/gallery/#Dreamspace

    i love it.
    For pple who don't know the difference between post processing and photo editing,
    This is a very good example of photo editing. Commonly used in advertising films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iNotion View Post
    For pple who don't know the difference between post processing and photo editing,
    This is a very good example of photo editing. Commonly used in advertising films.
    well, it's a good display of processing technique

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    well, it's a good display of processing technique
    How about this for display of processing technique?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sebianos View Post
    How about this for display of processing technique?

    Photoshop - Magazine Perfection
    uhhhmmm.. That is awfully too much. crap work.
    Making a photograph look like a painting ..

    *** Compare it with this. Link
    Last edited by iNotion; 29th October 2009 at 01:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iNotion View Post
    uhhhmmm.. That is awfully too much. crap work.
    Making a photograph look like a painting ..

    *** Compare it with this. Link
    er, you obviously don't see much fashion shots.

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    PP has always been done .. in film and nw digital. Nowaday photo competiton allows some degree of PP.

    It is here to stay.

    I think touching up the image is alright but superimprose with another face is too much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iNotion View Post
    uhhhmmm.. That is awfully too much. crap work.
    Making a photograph look like a painting ..

    *** Compare it with this. Link
    Interesting... his skills in illustration is superb !
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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    er, you obviously don't see much fashion shots.
    I still think it is overly done for a fashion magazine.
    Look at the skin tone. That is some degree of artificial skin tone... making it so 'plastic' and 'fake', I don't see this work in a fashion magazine, maybe for a game review magazine. I think i saw a similar work in NFS game cover few years ago.
    Last edited by iNotion; 29th October 2009 at 08:37 AM.

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    i thought this is a photography forum??
    Last edited by welspain; 29th October 2009 at 09:08 AM.

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    just go to

    JPG Magazine

    look at these works and forget about your SELF, please.
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    it's like asking your girlfriend / wife -> Is make up needed ? ...
    The answer would apply well here

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweeper View Post
    it's like asking your girlfriend / wife -> Is make up needed ? ...
    The answer would apply well here
    Excessive PP becomes plastic surgery.
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    If you are a paid professional, PP till your client happy.

    If you are hobbyist, PP till yourself happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeeming9 View Post
    Excessive PP becomes plastic surgery.
    Excessive of everything / anything is never good,
    it all depends on the context , purpose , intend
    e.g. what if the intend is "plastic surgery" ?

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    well post processing is just to bring out the best between the photo and ur creativity. PP is different from photoshopping.

    PP probably change the mood and colors of the photos but photoshop is really changing the whole concept and deisgn. Do i make sense?
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    Quote Originally Posted by johngiam View Post
    well post processing is just to bring out the best between the photo and ur creativity. PP is different from photoshopping.

    PP probably change the mood and colors of the photos but photoshop is really changing the whole concept and deisgn. Do i make sense?
    but many of us use photoshop to PP

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    Quote Originally Posted by johngiam View Post
    well post processing is just to bring out the best between the photo and ur creativity. PP is different from photoshopping.

    PP probably change the mood and colors of the photos but photoshop is really changing the whole concept and deisgn. Do i make sense?
    Photoshop is just a popular tool used to post process photos, which has itself become a byword in image post-processing...thus to say to photoshop is akin to saying to post-process...

    if one does PP to change the whole concept and design, then the photo would've been a failure right, since the intent of the photo is lost.
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    Is PP really needed?

    No, it is not really needed
    you do not need to do PP
    but it would be better if it was done

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    Is PP really needed?

    No, it is not really needed
    you do not need to do PP
    but it would be better if it was done
    I'm not too sure of that. But I'm sure it would be better if it were done correctly. There are times when I felt that the image direct from the camera was already the intended one such that I was unable to PP to make it better, so it was better to just leave it alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    I'm not too sure of that. But I'm sure it would be better if it were done correctly. There are times when I felt that the image direct from the camera was already the intended one such that I was unable to PP to make it better, so it was better to just leave it alone.
    it really depends alot on the skills of the person doing the PP

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