Watch as I retouch a photo of the barbadian pop singer. Music: Rihanna – We Ride Photoshop: CS2 Total Time: 26 minutes
can you do shawnee smith? shes in saw
Rihanna has a perfect face. But she is a Black !
Actually, the after picture was cooler!
how come in photoshop makeovers people choose to make the eyes blue, what about brown, green, etc.
FAIL! you cant see the shadow of the earing so it looks fake
other then that, your reallly goood.
Actually, no, it’s not.
this picture is already photoshophed
how much would u charge to so some of my pics for my portfolio?
hey do u think you could do either janet jackson, latoya jackson or michael jackson?
how did you install photoshop???
@CycloneDub i like gimp bcuz you dont have to pay for it!
wow very nice^^and nice photoshop^^im a gimp user ^^;
Ehh he/she didn’t take away from her color as much as he evened out her skin tone. I think you might have over analyzed her makeover. This was well done she looked beautiful before an after
i knew that she wasnt that damn flawless people
thats amazing x
oh! it’s amazing!
Please don’t take it person..it’s not to bash what you do. You do wonders with photoshop. My point is that what is considered beautiful for a African American woman or a “black” woman is that she looks more white (lighter shade, smaller nose- even if it crossed your mind for a second, it shows its been programed). It happens to most women of color…from Beyonce (a blond black woman) to Rihanna. No disrespect to you…just want to wake some ppl up from their slumber.
The nose was reduced for a split-second and not saved.
The fact that you said “colored” ends the whole thing for me. To look more natural you take away her “color”…that makes perfect sense! I guess you also decided to ignore the part about her nose being reduced…..again, back to reality for me
find it on utorrent
you need to make a tutorial on this stuff!(:
I tired to do this last night with cs4.. and I failed. (x
I often times forget about music as being a form of art. I am not very familiar with African music, but I too can see where African music has influenced music today. It has a rhythm and substance, something that many musicians do not seem to have today. I agree with the previous post that it would have been nice to see what your favorite contemporary music is. Since music is something that has been around for such a long time, it would have been interesting to see the connection of music today with the African music as you stated.