I highly recommend this site http://www.normankoren.com/makingfineprints.html . While not a gimp tutorial it covers the concepts that can be "mapped" to most of the photo manipulation suites. There are gimp tutorials and books out there to get you "gimped up"[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hi- Looking for some help touching up our wedding photos. Apparently, the makeup person used something she shouldn't have, so my wife's face is quite a few shades lighter than the rest of her.
I've read some of the manual and looked through a few tutorials, but I'm completely lost. If someone could point me in the right direction (in terms of a tuturioal or section of the manual), it would be a great help.
This may be heresy on this list, but as a photographer I need to say it. Unless you intend to do a lot of photo-retouching (and given the importance of these photos), you may want to turn this over to a pro photo house that has people who do this full time. The point is that while it's not hard to get "ok" results, you'll spend a lot of time learning to get great results. Take a few passes at it, and if you're happy, fine. If not and you don't intend to make a hobby or business out of this, hand it over to a pro. High quality photo retouching is both a craft and an art, and can require the patience of Job.
Assuming you had this shot professionally, I'm surprised they didn't suggest this.
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