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Retouche beauté : le filtre fluidité de Photoshop Quand on fait un portrait, il arrive que la posture ou la position du personnage rende un effet inesthétique sur la photographie. Le filtre Fluidité permet de déformer très localement les images, en poussant, dilatant, contractant les pixels. Ces retouches pour être réalistes doivent être minimes et se faire petit à petit. Nous verrons comment utiliser le filtre Fluidité et particulièrement l'outil Décalage à gauche et le masquage de zone pour contrôler au mieux les déformations localement sans intervenir sur des zones qui n'ont pas à l'être. Retouche beauté : le filtre fluidité de Photoshop
Dans ce tutoriel vidéo, nous allons apprendre à corriger les principaux défauts d'un portrait à l'aide du logiciel Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 comme les imperfections de la peau et les zones de brillance. Nous commencerons par une correction globale de l'image en modifiant la courbe des tonalités afin de récupérer des détails dans les zones surexposées. Nous retoucherons également la saturation globale de l'image pour redonner un peu de "punch" au portrait. Ensuite, nous nous intéresserons aux différentes imperfections de la peau avec l'outil pinceau en mode correction et tampon. Retoucher un portrait avec Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 Retoucher un portrait avec Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
Fonction collection Sébastien Abric nous propose de réaliser une galerie d'images sur Internet à l'aide du logiciel d'Adobe : Lightroom 3. Avant de se concentrer sur le module Web du logiciel, nous allons nous intéresser à la fonction collection du module Bibliothèque. La fonction collection permet de regrouper diverses images au sein d'un dossier virtuel sans avoir à modifier l'arborescence de vos fichiers. Fonction collection
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@Mirlen101 - Excellent ... [happy happy happy Jae] by jp2r Dec 24

Here's a tip . I found that using the search tool ( upper right hand side) works really well to find duplicate entries and correct locations to drop pearls . If you use the " Search in My Account " function . It works whitin your own pearls and probably within your team pearls like this one "Photo Tutorials " Way faster way to place pearls . Put the pearl in drop zone then do a word search in " Search in My Account " like "Plug ins " if you have a Plug in" pearl to place . Double click the pearl that is most appropriate like " Plug ins " then drag and drop into the " Plug ins " pearl . Works like a charm to quickly find the pearl you are looking for ;-) by mirlen101 Dec 23

@mirlen101 - you do i well. managing the pearls the way it would fit better for us all :) thanks for the help by phil.graphics Dec 23

Decided we didn't need "Other Things " and "Unsorted Links " both . So I kept just "Unsorted Links " ;-) by mirlen101 Dec 23

And yes I was moving and adding a few things ;-) by mirlen101 Dec 23

Your right about Adobe . If you are working in the Graphics business you will be expected to know and use Adobe. by mirlen101 Dec 23

@mirlen101 - if someone go onc day into the profesional Graphic & DTP, he will need Adobe insteat of CorelDraw. For the simple reason that Adobe is become a kind of a standart in these graphic & printing busines. (it's just a tip) But for sure, Corel is an exccelent software too. by phil.graphics Dec 23

...... is funny from here (when i saw sombody move a pearl) i think it was mirlen101. (lol) by phil.graphics Dec 23

indeed some are realy hard to categorize. Mostly i put htem in a category 'other' by phil.graphics Dec 23

Cool jp2r ( getting set up ;-) Lots of good ideas . I was just thinking of sorting things out into different categories.Also was going to add digital camera review sites . Really hard to categorize and still be able to find what one wants easily.It takes doing and re-doing ;-) So bare with me if you see things flying around at some point ;-) by mirlen101 Dec 23