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Long-ago portrait 'washed out' by Jo Ann Snover
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Offline Jo Ann Snover

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Re: Long-ago portrait 'washed out'
« Reply #15 on: May 16, 2019, 11:04:22 AM »
Thanks again for more feedback. I'm going to ask Tess to take a look at these suggestions and let me know what she'd like me to do.

Yesterday she said not to smooth out the skin (I specifically asked) so I don't want to do more work that isn't in line with the direction she provided.

Those of you on staff perhaps can confer with Tess about the approach?
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Re: Long-ago portrait 'washed out'
« Reply #16 on: May 16, 2019, 11:21:34 PM »
Tess asked me to do a smoothed version so QC could decide whether smoothed vs. not smoothed. I still don't like the smoothed version, but it's a frequency separation technique, masked and reduced opacity (Tess' request to tone down the smoothing)

Version 3 and 3-smoothed:




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