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Quickly and easily retouch shiny skin in Photoshop & Lightroom

Shiny skin can sometimes be a problem for portraits, especially if you don’t have a makeup artist. Camera LCDs are so small that you might not notice the shine while shooting. When the shoot’s all over and you’re looking at the images on the computer monitor, what can you do? There are a million different [...]Show More Summary

Better, More Realistic Skin Retouching in Lightroom

If you do your portrait retouching in Lightroom, this technique (and little tip) could make a big difference. :) The post Better, More Realistic Skin Retouching in Lightroom appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

I’m Kinda of Embarrassed To Share This Photoshop Tip For Reducing Shiny Hotspots

The reason I’m embarrassed is – this Photoshop portrait retouching tip for quickly reducing shiny hot spots on your subject’s face, was sent to me by John Weigley, a reader of my books – but it’s not the fact that he sent me the tip (I absolutely love it when readers send me cool tips. Show More Summary

March Madness: 23; Retouching a Headshot

Portrait/Head shot Retouching Tutorial: By Alex Baker Most portraits need some amount of retouching in Photoshop to help them look their best, and to an extent, many clients expect it. The most important thing to remember when retouching is to do everything on a separate layer so that you can easily go back to an […]

Retouch Your Photos in a Dramatic Way Using Photoshop

In this Photoshop tutorial we will retouch a portrait in order to obtain a dramatic but good looking effect. We will use various tools and techniques in order to achieve our goals and I’ll guide you along the way. Final Image As always,...Show More Summary

Lightroom Portrait Retouching: Reducing Hotspots

Happy Christmas Week Monday, everybody! Today we’re tackling a Lightroom retouching technique for reducing hot spots (bright specular highlights that look shiny and make your subject look like they’re sweating). Soft specular highlights...Show More Summary

Interview with Sarajevo-Based Photographer Maja Topcagic

Maja Topcagic is an unconventional freelance photo retoucher and one of the most inspirational portraits photographers of the new generation. Currently based in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, she works as a self-taught professional, holding a degree in a completely different field: Mathematics and Computer Science. Show More Summary

Must Read: Demi Lovato Goes Nude and Unretouched for 'Vanity Fair,' Layoffs Hit 'Nylon' Magazine

10 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : Fashionista

These are the stories making headlines this Monday.Demi Lovato requests "no makeup, no clothes, no retouching" for her Vanity Fair portrait.On the eve of her new album release, singer Demi Lovato posed in a series of makeup-free and nude portraits for Vanity Fair. The concept was spontaneous,... Continue reading

Portrait Pro v12 Studio Max Editing Software Review

Working mostly in fine art portraits I’ve never felt the need to try a retouching program.  I like to keep a natural look, using Photoshop only for any minor retouching needed. I had looked into a retouching program briefly, but after...Show More Summary

Artist Scans His Friend’s Faces Creating a Series of Hilarious Portraits

11 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

London-based artist Xavier Solé has created Scanface, a humorous series of portraits of his friends that were created in one shot on a scanner without retouching. Xavier’s entire collection of hilarious face scans are available to view on Behance and his Scanface blog. images via Scanface via Bored Panda

Vintage Photos Transformed Into Dreamlike Portraits

Australian artist Jane Long’s Dancing with Costic? series is inspired by the works of Romanian war photographer Costic? Acsinte (or Axinte). Long was searching for photos to practice her retouching skills on and discovered an online archive of Acsinte’s images taken during the 1930s and ‘40s. Show More Summary

3 Steps to Photoshop Retouching for Natural Looking Portraits

In the world of photography, editing and retouching are just as important as the imagery itself. Every image that you see published has been through its fair share of post-processing before it is seen by the public. If photographersShow More Summary

Facetune App Review

Facetune specializes in portrait retouching, allowing you to easily whiten teeth, remove wrinkles, add realistic makeup and otherwise give a headshot that extra prolike pizzazz.

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High End Skin Retouching with Kristina Sherk Take your retouching skills to the next level with Kristina Sherk! Improving your portrait retouching skills will not only help you make your clients look their best, but they’ll want to keep coming back for all of their portrait work because no one else makes them look soContinue...

Software Workshop: Using Anthropic's PortraitPro For Fast Retouching

The need for portrait retouching is practically a given, even if your subject is nearly flawless and your photographic talents outstanding. But making your clients—or family and friends—look their best can be time-consuming. Anthropics’...Show More Summary

How Good (And Bad) Retouching Impacts Your Objective Age

A few days ago it started – suddenly these portraits sprouted everywhere like mushrooms after the rain, with pictures of people and a postit note on their forehead which states their age. Behind this fed is a new “service” called how-Old, which claims to give an accurate guesstimate of your age based on a single photo. [...]Show More Summary

How to do Frequency Separation Portrait Retouching in Photoshop

Portrait retouching may be accomplished using many different methods. Still, how often have you seen a portrait image that has been retouched to the point that the subject’s face looks unnatural? Even many of the software packages available for portrait retouching result in an airbrushed effect to skin tones. Show More Summary

Old-Timey Portraits of Celebrities Captured With a Vintage Camera

“We live in an age of glossy magazines and overly retouched skin. But there is no lying with tintypes. You can’t get rid of a few wrinkles in Photoshop,” … Read More

10 Art Secrets Revealed as #MuseumWeek Kicks Off

A conservator retouches the Jabach family portrait at The Met. Image via Did you know that Andy Warhol sealed 610 time capsules with priceless personal effects inside? Did you know that there's a hidden chipmunk in the Museum of Natural...Show More Summary

How to Retouch a Portrait with the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom

You have probably seen several portrait retouching programs advertised in magazines or online, and wondered if they were worth buying. The answer is no. I have tried out quite a few, and the truth is that the Soften Skin preset in Lightroom does just as good a job as any of them. Show More Summary

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