Update: I posted a new tutorial that may be more helpful:
Every once in a while, I find a …distraction… on a picture of someone’s face. Or, the picture is just lacking the soft quality that I want. The GIMP editing program gives me all the tools I need to fix this…without going over the top. I’ve seen some pictures that have been “retouched” so much that your (okay, okay, MY) first reaction is “ummm, that is definitely not what his/her face really looks like.” My goal is to show you how to take away distractions and make a face look a little softer, without anyone supposing that you did.
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My sister Katie was the photographer for Nick and Carrie’s wedding on July 12th. Tim and I were assistant photographers and the editors. I took a break from my regular editing to have a little bit of fun with textures. This post will give you full color instructions if you want to try it yourself! There are probably many other ways, but this is what I do. You can see more wedding pictures, and a slide-show in my post Nick and Carrie’s Wedding.