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THE CELLIST


By 3D4U2C posted Tue, Jun 23, 2020

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THE CELLIST
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Sat, Dec 12, 2020
by RxLnx

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as mentioned - examples:

~R.

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Fri, Dec 11, 2020
by RxLnx

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12/10 (special dispensation)


 Outstanding.


 Would have gone mid blue or teal - upper lid and shadow. Pink is odd & too bright.


 As a rule (session photography/portraits) if you have heavy eye liner, long lashes (lower), you need compensate with darker blush/liner over (top) - or the eyes look weird.


 Reason (many models/renders) the eyes do not look quite right/as you want them. Studio make-up is not the same as normal make-up (has to compensate for the flash lights, etc.).


 You also push the peach hue (+18>24) to give a natural light normal skin colour (film or video).


 Look closely at a celebrity doing an open public session or live-to-air TV spot.


 You'll get this urge to run-out and buy apricots or peaches (to you eye - his/her skin will look wrong, however on film/video it is right).


 Why? You see in zillion hue (amazing thing called a real eye) plus B/W. Cameras (especially digital = 95% of modern) see in RGB plus B/W. CMY + B/W is printer/toner specific.


 Cheers,


 Rick.




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