Eye bags can be unaesthetic, especially in female portraits.To fix eye bags with Photoshop there are several methods, my favored approach is the Retouching by Curves Layerbecause it leaves intact the color and skin texture. Open you image in Adobe Photoshop.1. Create new Curves Adjustment Layer.2. Select Curves Layer.3. Double click on 'Sample in image to set black point' (Set Sample Size 31x31).4. Click on the Health Skin near eye bag area to... continue reading
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Here is a another quick and very useful photoshop tip for retouching a skin.1. First open the picture of-course. I will use this picture for example .2. Duplicate the layer (CTRL+J)3. Median filter on the duplicated layer (Filter -> Noise -> Median). In my picture i use 3 pix radius (my picture is 10Mpix).4. Set the duplicated layer as Lighten from blending options in layer palette.5. Create a layer mask (still on duplicated layer) and fill the mask black.6. Now with white color soft... continue reading
Ever have a photograph rejected because it contained logos or wanted the teeth and eyes brightened in a portrait or have blemishes removed to make your photo more attractive to buyers? It's a simple fact, better photographs see more sales. I can provide these services and more for you! Contact me by clicking here for more information. I look forward to hearing from you and making your images better! continue reading
When shooting with models, you can have problems related to the skin. That isn't a problem at all since you can easily fix those little "imperfections" with Photoshop.Below you can find two links of tutorials that show easy and useful techniques to help you make your stock photographs more appealing.Fixing skin problems with PhotoshopFast and easy facial retouch with PhotoshopI hope it will help you out. continue reading
A very comprehensive, complete en well explained tutorial of 6 pages explaining all the important aspects of portrait retouching in PS is being explained at This article by Peachpit.Dive into it because I can't be more specific then they are here. continue reading
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