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    Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    I thought these were interesting pics...

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    This is how 'editing' was done in 1950. Notice the slimming, removing of articles, and toning that was done by the artists.

    More pics here: Photoshop in the 1950's: Pin-Up girls before and after - Imgur


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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    Interesting ????
    Light is not always that easy to capture .
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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    More intrestingly.... which turns you on more.... the real pic or the HDR lookin cartoon pic ?

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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    Quote Originally Posted by westmill View Post
    More intrestingly.... which turns you on more.... the real pic or the HDR lookin cartoon pic ?
    neither. haha
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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    Quote Originally Posted by westmill View Post
    More intrestingly.... which turns you on more.... the real pic or the HDR lookin cartoon pic ?
    For me it's the drawings. seems some details are added and some removed to make the image more attractive (for me that is).
    Light is not always that easy to capture .
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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    Quote Originally Posted by jdeg View Post
    neither. haha
    yer yer yer watever hehe

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcel View Post
    For me it's the drawings. seems some details are added and some removed to make the image more attractive (for me that is).
    Ha ha.... and Lady Penelopy off thunderbirds deffo had sex appeal lol

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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    Even if her acting was a bit wooden ! drool lol
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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    Gil Elvgren was pretty good...I have a ton of his stuff (reproduction) but the master of all that pin up/cheesecake/beefcake stuff was Vargas who didn't use a camera! Ironically his father was a pro photographer who started the son off with an airbrush at a young age. Vargas went backwards photography, airbrush retouch, pen and brush/airbrush...
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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    Wow. The first thing that comes to mind...I was a youngster and browsing (aka snooping) through my grandpa's junk drawer one day. Couldn't have been older than 10 or 12. I came across a deck of naughty playing cards that had images just like these.

    Someone on here posted some 1950's pinup style shots that were pretty good. Whatever happened to that guy?

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    Re: Editing and airbrushing isn't a new thing - 1950's pinups (possibly NSFW)

    Quote Originally Posted by Browncoat View Post
    Someone on here posted some 1950's pinup style shots that were pretty good. Whatever happened to that guy?
    His wife found out about the pics and pinned him up
    Last edited by Rick M; 05-22-2012 at 01:34 AM.
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