Correcting Overbite with PhotoShop Elements....
I'd appreciate your help with this one. I shot about 300 family reunion group photos. in one arrangement, the sun caught one of a great nieces teeth wrong and she has a distinct "Nanny McPhee" look. I've not seen that effect with any other cameras that I've owned. Overall, the Rx100 has handled a 14 day cruise and a major family reunion with flying colors.
So, my question is, How do I correct the overbite???. I've tried the healing brush and other painting techniques. The Software in use is DXO for raw conversion and PS/E.....
Thank You for your help!!!!
FYI: Another issue I faced with some success was lighting control. The main group was in shade. The right side of the group was in Bright sunlight. DXO has three levels of "Recover Highlights". That feature worked fine for the most part. Anything that was washed out was normalized.
Robert Anderson wrote:
Post the image in the retouching forum. You will get some excellent help there.
I was going to suggest the same for the teeth issue. I'm sure it can be done.
Elements 11 does a very good job of developing the RAW images. Have you tried it?
PS/E uses ACR as the raw engine. As you said it works very well. I use DXO first because I often process 100 or more images in a batch. It's a matter of making all the adjustments in DXO for RAW to insure details/shadows and highlights are well represented. DXO also has excellent correction for the distortion in the RX100 lens. It's apparent in Raw files..
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