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Change Color Eyes - Photoshop Tutorial


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PlaviDemon
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Posted 13 February 2015 - 10:50 AM

See one of the simplest and easiest ways how to change eye color in PS

 


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Posted 23 February 2015 - 02:40 PM

I have no words.... Oh wait. Yes I do.  

 

 

This isn't real retouching. 

 

I know that may sound mean, but really the videos you put out almost mock the hard work retouchers actually do. We're not paid hundreds of dollars to enhance colours, change eyes, or replicate Instagram filters. We spend hours of our time, sometimes DAYS at a time without breaks for pleasantries. It's not a hobby, it's not always fun, and it's most certainly not the same as this. It's paying attention to detail, studying actual art-theory, knowing how light and shadow work, knowing anatomy and how skin and texture work in cohesion. It's not "Oh look I can change eye colours." It's real. hard. work. 

 

I know you probably mean well by these tutorials, but if you're just looking to add cheesy filters to really nice photos, do it in your own spare time. Don't "teach" people this... The industry suffers enough from people who don't know what to do. 


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Posted 23 February 2015 - 04:13 PM

I have no words.... Oh wait. Yes I do.  

 

 

This isn't real retouching. 

 

I know that may sound mean, but really the videos you put out almost mock the hard work retouchers actually do. We're not paid hundreds of dollars to enhance colours, change eyes, or replicate Instagram filters. We spend hours of our time, sometimes DAYS at a time without breaks for pleasantries. It's not a hobby, it's not always fun, and it's most certainly not the same as this. It's paying attention to detail, studying actual art-theory, knowing how light and shadow work, knowing anatomy and how skin and texture work in cohesion. It's not "Oh look I can change eye colours." It's real. hard. work. 

 

I know you probably mean well by these tutorials, but if you're just looking to add cheesy filters to really nice photos, do it in your own spare time. Don't "teach" people this... The industry suffers enough from people who don't know what to do. 

Don't dwell on it too much, it's just an eye change tutorial :P



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Posted 24 February 2015 - 05:04 PM

Yeah my panties were in a bunch. Still, it's not good to teach people bad retouching habits. It's because of stuff like this that ****ty retouchers are hired for people like Beyonce, while the rest of us have to find scraps for work. 






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