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Phlearn – Intro to Retouching in Photoshop

Phlearn – Intro to Retouching in PhotoshopIntro to Retouching

 

Intro to Retouching in Photoshop : Learn how to remove minor skin blemishes, smooth out skin tones, fix distracting backgrounds, clean up and shape hair, dodge and burn, and nail the perfect exposure in any portrait – all while enhancing the subject’s natural features and beauty.

Keep it Natural.

What is Retouching?

Retouching is a subtle and delicate process. Help people look their very best in any photo by enhancing their natural beauty and by removing distractions. We show you everything you need to know to make your subjects look great and with realistic results.

Tools & Techniques

We walk you through every tool and technique you’ll need to master the art of retouching in Photoshop. Smooth skin with the Brush Tool, remove distractions with the Spot Healing Brush Tool, fix exposure with the Adobe Camera RAW filter, and blend it all together with Layer Masks, Clipping Masks, and Adjustment Layers.

Clean Up Backgrounds

A messy background can be one of the most distracting elements in a photo. We show you how to remove distracting objects and smooth out colors so that the viewer’s eyes stay locked on the subject.

Retouching People

People are by far the most challenging thing to work with in Photoshop. From skin texture to hair, there are countless features that are delicate and need to be treated carefully to avoid an unnatural, ‘Photoshopped’ look. We show you proper methods to smooth skin, enhance features, and highlight a subject’s natural beauty.

Smooth Skin Tones

We all deal with skin blemishes on a daily basis. Whether it’s a surprise pimple, skin redness, or some unwieldy hairs, we’ll show you how to remove and reduce distractions so the best parts stand out.

Fix Exposure

Most techniques in retouching come down to light and shadow. Where do the highlights and shadows fall? Are there any areas that are too bright, too dark, or missing detail? We show you how to smooth out light transitions so that a subject’s face, hair, and features for a perfect exposure.

Professional Results

Retouching is in high demand. From billboards to magazine covers, client headshots to creative portraits, the skills you learn in this tutorial can help you achieve your image-making goals. Learn a professional workflow that will help you to work faster and smarter, so you can create the photos you, your clients, and subjects will love.

Dodging & Burning

If you have a portrait that’s feeling a little flat, dodging and burning can help! Add shape, structure, and definition to any photo by enhancing the highlights and shadows in Photoshop.

Clean Up & Shape Hair

Whether you’re dealing with some stray flyaway hairs or a righteous bout of bedhead, we show you how to cleanup hair, add volume, and enhance textures. Learn how to give hair the perfect, shape, color, and definition in Photoshop.

Picture Perfect Eyes, Hair & Skin

Smooth Skin Tones

Learn how to remove skin redness and minor blemishes with natural-looking results!

Complete Portrait Retouch

We take you through an entire portrait retouch, from beginning to end. See how a professional retoucher plans their edit, works non-destructively, and solves a wide-variety of common problems that pop up during post-production.

Remove Blemishes

As retouchers, we should always aim for subtle changes that reduce distractions while respecting the unique features of the subject. Aaron shares his personal philosophy and professional experiences, discussing what temporary features to reduce or remove, and what permanent features to enhance and highlight.

Clothing & Wardrobe

Hair and skin maybe be the most difficult areas to retouch, but clothing is no walk in the park. Often full of loose strands, awkward folds, and unwanted wrinkles, wardrobe retouching is full of its own unique challenges. Learn how to smooth out clothing, remove distracting elements, and even recreate clothing and fabric from scratch.

Fix Common Problems

We teach you how to overcome a variety of problems that can pop up during an edit. From removing an excessive amount of hair in a subject’s face to removing lights and glare from eye glasses, we’ll show you some powerful tricks to get you through.

Natural Beauty

When it comes to retouching in Photoshop, less is more. Learn how to make subtle changes that won’t result in a person looking like they’re made of plastic. Remove distractions and enhance a subject’s natural beauty.

Enhance Eyes

Eyes are arguably the most important feature in any portrait–so much so that you can sometimes only retouch the eyes and still see a massive improvement in the photo. We show you how to analyze light as it hits the eye, enhance the highlights and shadows using professional makeup techniques, and add details and color to help eyes pop off the page (or screen).

Skills for any Skin Type

Whether the subject has a few extra wrinkles due to age and wisdom, or they have the minor pimples and skin redness that we all deal with, we show you techniques for skin types of all kinds. Learn what blemishes to remove, what features should stay, and how to precisely blend your edits for a natural look.

Skin Texture Action

Preserving natural skin texture can be one of the most challenging parts of retouching people. Fortunately, we make that process a whole lot easier with a custom Photoshop action that allows you to separate skin texture and place it over any edits you make.

Smooth Skin

We all deal with skin blemishes on a daily basis. Whether it’s a surprise pimple, skin redness, or some unwieldy hairs, we’ll show you how to remove and reduce distractions so the best parts stand out.

Color Correction

Unnatural skin tones can ruin an otherwise great photo. Before any stylistic coloring, it’s important to get skin looking as natural as possible. Whether the camera’s white balance was off, or there was a color cast from lights in the environment, you’ll learn how to get skin tones back to normal in any situation.

Lightroom & Adobe Camera RAW

Photoshop might be our home base, but Lightroom and Adobe Camera RAW are powerful tools that can be very helpful throughout the retouching process. We break down some useful features in Lightroom that can help get your edits started on the right foot. Then we break down how to use Adobe Camera RAW to get the most out of your RAW files.

Exposure Blending

Sometimes it takes multiple images to nail the perfect exposure. We show you how to blend multiple images together and even create alternate exposures using the Adobe Camera RAW filter in Photoshop.

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