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JamieStefankoPhotography

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  • Main editing computer
    PC desktop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    X-Rite
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Nikon D800E, Nikon 70-200 f/2.8, Nikon 85 f/1.4, Nikon 50 f/1.4, Tokina 16-28 f/2.8

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  1. And that would be perfection, thank you! How did you manage this?
  2. Seriously. I had to rush and get a family photo done for a school project for my daughter, so I did this with a timer. Only one face swap, I was so proud! And then I saw my stupid shoe. I only have one image with the shoe on my foot, but I can't get it to look right (it was taken when I was sitting down). Any suggestions?
  3. Damien - I somehow missed the notification for this, just seeing it now. Fantastic job, as always. Will take a closer look after dinner, and give it a try on a few other pictures - thank you.
  4. Yep, that's what I'm looking for. I really don't mind a dark grey instead of blue either (meaning, grabbing from the color in the background) if it makes it work easier. This is why I ended up resorting to that stupid Quick Select.
  5. Sure. However, there's one pixel layer I'm having trouble getting rid of, and that's the separate one of my son away from the background (and even this isn't perfect, but better than what I'm coming up with). The most careful of masking isn't really helping me with this.
  6. I did. I was literally just trying different things to see what would work, it's not my normal workflow.
  7. And I'm wondering if the issue is that I used solid color layers instead of gradients.
  8. Sure - I used the dreaded Quick Selection tool, but believe me, it was a last resort. There's levels work above not shown, but that's mostly on his face.
  9. Just trying for a realistic looking background replacement - the joys of not having a studio and backdrops. Not looking to print it, but the banding was pretty awful - think the noise layer is at 40% here. Anything I can do to improve this? SOOR and edit.
  10. I can say, it does look a bit magenta. So, maybe add some green?
  11. No, more of a matte-ifying effect, likely due to the cotton rag paper. I should test it against that metal print profile from h+h, but I assume I should get test prints back first, right?
  12. With soft proofing off, my current setup using Method 2 looks good, so yay, haha. Wish I had some h+h samples to hand, have to go remedy that, but happy with Musea at least.
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