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10 Jul

How to Perfect Skin Tone Using Frequency Separation in Photoshop

One of the main complaints subjects have about being photographed is skin imperfections showing up on camera. And it's true, with high definition DSLRs, every pimple and blemish is on display. But that can be easily fixed with a little help from Photoshop. So the next time your model expresses concerns about their less than perfect skin, you can reassure them with confidence that their skin will look flawless by the time the photos are seen by the world. In this tutorial, we're going to learn how to perfect skin tone using frequency separation in Photoshop. Start by opening your portrait in Photoshop. Make two copies of the background layer by clicking twice on the icon in the bottom right corner that looks...
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6 Apr

Add Cinematic Drama To Your Photos In Lightroom With a Few Quick Steps

Movie imagery has a specific style and mood that increases the sense of drama. The cool, blue tones, faded contrast and shallow depth of field draw the viewer in. It's a look that speaks to many still photographers as well. But not all still photographers have the right gear to recreate it on camera. Luckily, if you're a fan of the cinematic look, you can recreate it whenever you want with just a few simple steps in Lightroom. Start by opening your image in your Lightroom catalog and open the editing window by clicking the Develop tap at the top of the window, or by using the shortcut D. An editing bar will appear to the right of the image. Cinema tends to have a...
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