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Dark or shadow on faces.

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I am using a Blu ray rip of fight club. Ive replicated the trailer and I am now training to replace Brad pitts face, I have done a fit training of a bunch of Brad pitts films all the way up to 200K. I then switched over to the trailer and I am currently training with this now. From what I can see when faces have shadows or its low light /dark the faces dont' seem to be taking too well. Is there anything I can do to improve this? thanks


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Re: Dark or shadow on faces.

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Was it an HDR rip that you were training on? If so you probably gave it different data than the data in the trailer. But I'd first try turning up the brightness and contrast on the trailer to see if you can get a clearer swap, then turn it back in postprocessing.


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Re: Dark or shadow on faces.

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I was training on a bunch of diffrent HD (Youtube ripped) trailers that starred Brad pitt. I then after Ripped a Blu ray disk of fight club and cut the it to match the trailer best I could. I then slotted in the blu ray ripped trailer to do the finishing training. It does seem to be getting better as I contontinue to train it. I am at around 280K. But I will take a look at brighting up the image. thanks for the reply. ANy furthers thoughts much appreciated


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