>White or light colored clothes
>Thin, light, loose knit material
>Area of interest facing camera
>Lots of light, camera flash is ideal
If your image doesn't meet these requirements I will completely ignore it. It's not hard to tell if an image is a good candidate for an x-ray. I'm only doing legit edits and this is what it takes to produce a good result.
This is a perfect example of an image that wiull produce good results.
This image is NOT xrayable. The folds in the fabric reflect light in every direction. Skin tight material works best.
You might think this image is a good candidate, wrong. This girl is clearly wearing a bra. Tits don't look like that without a lot of help.
Bumping with previous work. I've since learned a new, better method and I'm eager to test it out. Any requests?
The new method is different, they will no longer be B+W and the edit will be constrained to the garment.
you know how you do a fill layer with the color of her skin tone and then do blending options to hue? after you've gone all the way through the process and to the point where you'd use burn jtool on nipple try this instead.
use elliptical tool to select nipple area. new fill layer, set color to an appropriate nipple color. dark/brick red or pink work fine. then set blending option to hue and the nipple area will no longer be hued by the color of the girl's skin but, instead, a nipple color of an appropriate red hue.
nice work btw and nice thread.
An anon had a crack at this a while ago and got some nipple out of it..said she wasent wearing a bra, are you able too get results? Thank you!!
So this is what we call "blown out". Your image has so much light, all that white is, well, white. There's no data in that area. I will try because it's not the entire image but that area is going to be blank.
No problem. Also just before you do that, try dropping the vibrance and bumping the saturation a little either way. I'm not thinking of any you've done here but I've done some xrays that turned out having that heavy orangish look at the end just before the burn / nipples step. Dropping the vibrance and (maybe) bumping the saturation cuts that color back and reveals a little more.
Mid girl please, can see the nipples already :)
I dropped this on a few xray threads earlier. Reasonably sure this is the new technique he's talking about. Sharing it here in case any of you guys want to save it, study it and use it to learn how to do xrays.
While we're at it, this is useful too for anyone wanting to learn how to xray.