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bronzed skin.

Discussion in 'Colour or Not' started by patrington1a, Mar 7, 2014.

  1. patrington1a

    patrington1a Well-Known Member

    When you see people like beckham in adverts their skin looks bronzed..how do you do that.
    Cheers.peter
     
  2. Roger Hicks

    Roger Hicks Well-Known Member

    Dear Peter,

    I can think of several ways:

    Tanning

    Make-up

    Lighting

    Filtration/colour balance

    Post-production (including at the printing stage)

    Slight under-exposure

    (In B+W) ortho film or a weak blue filter

    These can be combined if necessary -- and if there's enough money involved, it will be deemed necessary.

    Cheers,

    R.
     
  3. PeteRob

    PeteRob Well-Known Member

    Certainly there would be a make-up artist on an adverising shoot. The lighting will be controlled to the minutest degree and the "raw material" is likely in excellent form to start with. Plus, as Roger said, post production will be thorough.

    I have never used one but there are software packages that offer to enhance the appearence of skin. It wouldn't suprise me if they had a "tanned" option.
     
  4. patrington1a

    patrington1a Well-Known Member

    Thanks to both replys.......think I will buy a book on elements and cs5.i wonder when we will see one in the gallery?... cheers.peter
     
  5. beatnik69

    beatnik69 Well-Known Member

    Don't forget, Beckham lives in LA and works/worked outdoors so he is going to pick up a bit more of a tan than your usual denizen of London or Manchester. :D
     
  6. PhilW

    PhilW Well-Known Member

    You shoot people with bronzed skin.....
     
  7. AndyTake2

    AndyTake2 Well-Known Member

    yep, Portrait Pro has several adjustments for skin tone, including Tan.
     
  8. hotwenxynt

    hotwenxynt In the Stop Bath

    Bronzed complexion! That's their problem, skin cancer isn't exactly rare.
     
  9. Fishboy

    Fishboy Well-Known Member

    That's correct. As a general rule, if you see somebody in Manchester with that 'bronzed' look it's more likely to be rust than a tan!

    Cheers, Jeff
     
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  10. White Tara

    White Tara Member

    ahaha ))) I guess genes plus toner
     
  11. Craig20264

    Craig20264 Well-Known Member

    Is that right that anyone north of the border has a blue tinge!:)
     
  12. Terrywoodenpic

    Terrywoodenpic Well-Known Member

    Trump manages orange.
     
  13. Snorri

    Snorri Well-Known Member

    Well I guess he is trusting that Orange is the new Black...
     
  14. Geren

    Geren Well-Known Member

    Yes. The Saltire isn't that colour for nothing. Up here we start out blue, and gradually warm up to a cold white in summer. Unless of course we're caught out on one of the three unbearably hot days that sometimes occur in mid May. Then we sport attractive patches of blisteringly pillar box red on a dappled blue and white background. Red, white and blue. There's a message in there somewhere ;-)
     
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  15. steveandthedogs

    steveandthedogs Well-Known Member

    I work outdoors and the best I can manage is a dull red with spots of bright red horsefly bites.

    S
     
  16. Rasha

    Rasha Well-Known Member

    A little tan with the red sunlight during or right before sunset time
     

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