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jeremyrh

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How to fill in lipstick colour in C1 ?
« on: April 12, 2017, 07:57:22 AM »

Hi - I have a situation I'd usually rectify in PS, but I'm trying to learn how to do things in C1 !!

I have a shot of a model with strong purple lipstick. However, she licked off the colour in the corners of her mouth!  How do I return the pale licked areas to bright purple!

Thanks for any tips :-)
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Re: How to fill in lipstick colour in C1 ?
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2017, 08:53:31 AM »

You may use a repair layer in the local adjustments panel to either clone or heal the desired area

There are several youtube videos on the subject, also check:
http://blog.phaseone.com/take-full-control-content-images/

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Re: How to fill in lipstick colour in C1 ?
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2017, 11:25:34 PM »

I would export the final edit to something like Ps (I use Pixelmator for this nowadays) and paint in the [sampled] colour in an empty layer set to ‘Color’ transfer mode. Experimenting with the actual colour and opacity settings should make for a good match.

Purple?  :o
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Re: How to fill in lipstick colour in C1 ?
« Reply #3 on: April 14, 2017, 06:11:16 AM »

Thanks for the replies. I tried using the Repair layer in C1 and it was possible but a bit fiddly. PS is much easier to get a good result. I was trying to convince myself that I can do without PS and just use C1 but I guess not (but Pixelmator looks interesting ...)
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Re: How to fill in lipstick colour in C1 ?
« Reply #4 on: April 25, 2017, 10:31:03 PM »

Thanks for the replies. I tried using the Repair layer in C1 and it was possible but a bit fiddly. PS is much easier to get a good result. I was trying to convince myself that I can do without PS and just use C1 but I guess not (but Pixelmator looks interesting ...)

Pixelmator is interesting, but only for Mac users!  ;D
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