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Skin Tone Issues
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Posted By: atupdate, 03-20-2013, 09:46 AM

Shot a couple of non-posed portraits a couple of weekends ago and I'm having problems getting the skin tones to look normal.






Actually, some friends were making a You-tube video and I tagged along.







Thanks for looking.

Tim
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Nice ..... bitters - make sure you shoot 'em in the head I hear.
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Skin Tone Issues
Really...

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Looks like they were "dying to see you!"
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Looks like me first thing in the morning. So what is it you're saying about my skin tones?
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You people obviously know nothing about killing off zombies. SALT, that's the thing. All you need to kill zombies is a big old can of common table salt. They can't cross it, circle yourself in it and they can't touch you, throw it at them and it burns like it was battery acid. Dump them in salt water and they dissolve into goo and bones...
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QuoteOriginally posted by magkelly Quote
You people obviously know nothing about killing off zombies. SALT, that's the thing. All you need to kill zombies is a big old can of common table salt. They can't cross it, circle yourself in it and they can't touch you, throw it at them and it burns like it was battery acid. Dump them in salt water and they dissolve into goo and bones...
My husband tried that on me this morning and I'm still here.

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My friend used the "shooting in the head" method but he missed on the last one. A fatal error on his part.

Thanks for taking a look everyone.

Tim
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