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This project called for fine hair extraction, completed in Photoshop. This intricate job was accomplished through the use of the masking tool and refining tool. Great care was taken to ensure the final product was perfect, as this image is used through out many promotional images.
This touch-up project called for a brighter, smoother look, while keeping the natural features of this beautiful model.
This was a part of a children portrait series for a client of mine. The image was brightened via the manipulation of curves, while blending modes, color correction, and use of vignettes gave the final "antiqued" result.

Photoshop utilization; see Print projects for further information on this project.
Software Utilized: InDesign 5.5, Photoshop 5.5, Illustrator 5.5
Completed: Summer 2013
Clipping paths, blurs and blending modes made it possible for my printed product to stand out without changing the integrity of the photo.
NOTE: I did not make this logo

This project required work in Photoshop. Clean-up of the raster logo allowed the company to keep the current logo while being able to use it on lighter backgrounds instead of only black. I completed this project in Photoshop 5.5.
Image Retouching Series: 1b - The difference between one and two: Cropping the image to discard the unnecessary parts to focus on the beauty of the setting and the subject. Increasing the saturation of the tones and colors to enhance the richness of not only the colors, but the textures, too. Blending modes, blending modes and more blending modes.
Children Photo-Shoot - This is an example of my work while I only had a point-and-shoot camera. My camera has been seriously upgraded recently, and I look forward to posting new photos of children and families...
Photography is another creative passion of mine. These images were captured with an everyday digital pocket camera.
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While I enjoy using my Pentax camera for my hobby of novice photography, I enjoy enhancing them in Photoshop even more.

Freelance, Full-time
Jenn Noonan
Graphic Designer Valrico, FL