Photoshop Help

Xavier

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Alright guys, i know a few of you people hiding out there are Photoshop Pros, so heres my question, I took this picture today :

IMG_0355.jpg


I really like it, minus one thing, the shaft of light on her face, is there a way to get rid of it? if you can do it, id be very thankful, but id also like an explaination of how, if possible.
 

AoBfrost

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Psssh, same effect and concept. It was actually just a color match of the darker skin area where most of her face is the same dark grey, then I painted over her face (makeuppartyomgyay) and blended it in with multiple layers, some blurring, erasing, bluring, layers, and less than 5 minutes of nothing.

Hmmmm 1 minute with the burn and dodge tool made the same effect which took 5 minutes......why didnt I think of just darkening her skin by burning it......:/
 

Xavier

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thanks, i just went in and touched it up further, thanks to your help, i was able to do an adjustment layer on it (the contrast was too much before)

Orriginal:
IMG_0355.jpg


After AoB:
testgi1.png


Final Touch-Up:
testgi1copy.jpg
 

Zaso117

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darkesword2020 said:
Ever used the clone stamp? It's a neat tool, try it some time ;)
Ya, i was just gonna say that. I would have used the clone tool
 
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