Hello and welcome to my favorite part of editing – THE EYES!!! Many great philosophers and artists have been credited with the phrase “The eyes are the windows to our souls”, but I like to give credit to Leonardo Da Vinci as we all perpetuate art. Every single person has beautiful eyes and that’s why I like to spend extra time on them when editing my photos.
Hello. I hope you’re all ready to jump right into our next Portrait Editing tutorial. Today I will be showing you how to correct skin tones with the same process as last week, but this time we will be working with the Low layer which contains the tonal values and not the textured High layer. A lot of editors use the Frequency Separation process and I love it for when I have a lot of photos from a function to edit.
Hello and welcome back to our series on portrait editing. Today we will be looking at dealing with larger areas of skin issues such as chapped or dry lips, lumpy make up and texture issues in the skin itself. For this we will be using a technique called Frequency Separation.
Hello and welcome to our next installment of Portrait Editing. Today we are going to concentrate on removing spots and blemishes and tidying up unruly eyebrows. We will be using the Spot Healing Brush, or as I call it, “Clearasil for Photoshop”. Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could deal with spots that easily in real life.
Hello Scrapaneers readers and welcome to my first blog post. I will be posting a series of articles on portrait editing to take a beautiful photo to one with WOW factor that will be perfect for printing. Today’s post is more of an information style post where I will list the various editing processes I will cover in the future.