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September 7, 2006 at 2:54 PM #36871DigitalVideoParticipant
I just spent 2 days removing acne from a client. This is the first time I did this so it took 2 burns before I got the right look without making them look fake. My LCD monitor does not give accurate color so I burn to disk and watch on 2 different TV’s (one standard and one HD) to ensure corrections are good.
How many others out there remove acne for clients?
September 7, 2006 at 3:11 PM #163752EndeavorParticipant
Remove acne from what?
And can’t you output NTSC to a monitor to monitor while editing? Might save you some hassle.
If a customer asked me to remove acne would be charging dermatologist rates I’ll tell you that.
September 7, 2006 at 6:51 PM #163753DigitalVideoParticipant
What I did was mess around with a combination of soft focus layer and a glow effect which smoothed out facial blemishes.
I can’t afford a new peice of equipment at this time.
Why I burn practice disks is becuase my computer screen is horrible at color so I have to burn a practice disk to view on a traditional 4:3 tube and a HDTV to check colors and see how good the quality is.
September 21, 2006 at 2:48 PM #163754AnonymousInactive
Digital Video Wrote:
I just spent 2 days removing acne from a client.
Good God I hope you mean ‘from a client’s image on a video’ rather than what you said. That would really be going above and beyond.
I have the same pain-in-the-butt process. It makes me sleep better if I burn a disc and watch it on a variety of tv’s.
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