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    "Problem faces"

    I seem to come up with them on a too regular basis.
    On this one, I really had a hard time to find enough skin texture of the appropriate kind to re-construct the forehead.
    I am not too happy with the result, but don't quite know where to go from here other than "porcelainizing" her skin completely.
    I wish PS had a healing brush click counter since my click finger almost fell off.
    Suggestions anyone?
    Here are 100% crops from the files.
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    Last edited by Bob; 27th November 2008 at 10:55.

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    Re: "Problem faces"

    Add a small amount of luminance noise. Does wonders. I also find the texture rather worrying, the healing brush is far from a precision tool, I always do this with the clone tool.
    Last edited by Ben Rubinstein; 27th November 2008 at 11:41.
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