REMOVE BLEMISHES IN PHOTOSHOP. Posted on 10.
May, 2009 by Olson in Photo Editing Roll Over Image With the image open, drag the Background layer over the New Layer icon to duplicate it. A Background copy layer is added, but the screen does not change. Click the Zoom tool. Click Resize Windows To Fit. Click and drag over the blemish areas to zoom in. The image is enlarged and fills the screen. Click the New Layer icon to add a new blank layer. How to get perfect skin! Have you ever wished you could have perfect skin?
Have you ever wished you could get rid of all the acne and pimples and blemishes and scars on your face? Now you can! Well, at least in your photographs. Do you have a near-perfect portrait of yourself, that is embellished by a pimple? Photo Retouching – Change Hair Color Photoshop Tutorial. Photoshop Tutorials - Age Progression. Disclaimer: None of the given Photoshop Tutorials are written by me.
They are all taken from various sources on the Internet and I compiled some of them for you. Hope you understand. More are in the line. Here’s a little tutorial showing you how I basically go about aging a woman’s face in Photoshop. Preface I've been asked several times by different members to post a tutorial on how I age-progress a person. Men and women age a little bit differently but since I've only aged female celebrities thus far, I'll just focus on women for this tutorial. Step 1: Choosing an Appropriate Photo When deciding to age-progress a celebrity’s face, I try to select a picture that is touched-up as little as possible. I find that candid shots, or any shots that have not been taken in a studio, work best because the resulting harsh lighting reveals more of the skin’s details i.e. slight bags under the eyes and faint wrinkles.
Step 2: Collecting Reference Material Reference material is key in my method of aging. Create digital makeup. This tutorial will show you how to apply digital makeup and additionally, how to change the eye color, smooth the skin texture of a model and enhance the image.
Though the process of applying makeup in Photoshop is fairly simple, the most important thing about digital makeup is that, by all means, it must look natural. It’s always better to "underdo" it than to overdo it, so keep that in mind while following this tutorial. Less is more, therefore try to be subtle. The initial image (credits to sxc.hu): The final result: Step 1. Duplicate the background layer and go to Filter -> Noise -> Median and insert a value of 3.
Add a layer mask to the layer you just blurred, fill it with black and start painting with white over the skin, with a soft brush, varying the size according to the area. Step 2. Switch back to Standard Mode by pressing Q again and you’ll notice a selection appear. Add a subtle highlight on her lower lip by using the Dodge Tool, a small soft brush, exposure set to 70%. WHITEN TEETH TO IMPROVE A SMILE IN PHOTOSHOP CS4.
Posted on 07.
May, 2009 by Olson in Basics, Photo Editing Roll Over Image Open a image and Zoom in to make a selection. Select the Quick Selection Tool. Make sure that the Add to Selection and Auto-Enhanced are selected. Start making your selection. After you are done click on Refine Edge. Play with the setting to get the desired result the most important option here is Feather in our case we enter 1px.
To get a live preview of the edge refinements press F cycle through the preview modes. Click OK Now click the Hue and Saturation Button in the adjustment panel. Note: that a new adjustment layers is created and the selection is hidden. In the Hue/Saturation option select Yellows. Click and drag the Saturation slider slowly to the left to remove the yellow, in our case a value of -80 works just fine.
Click and drag the Lightness slider slowly to the right to brighten the teeth.