Eyes Retouching : video tutorial
I will use both high resolution and low resolution examples because personal photos are usually low resolution and badly exposed and I want to show you how to fix that with Photoshop. These retouching tutorial will cover things like: face cleaning, light correction, eyes enhancement, digital makeup, exposure correction, color correction and body structure enhancement.
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When retouching portrait photography my go-to starting point is checking the eyes and retouching what is needed. On almost every image, the eyes are the focal point, the point of the image, which if you get them right, make your entire photograph look much more “professional”-whatever that means.
Retouch eyes in Photoshop is something that many of us have tried or try sooner or later because it’s a lot of fun. Retouching can be done in so many ways in Photoshop and there are advanced and simple techniques to do it but in this tutorial we will see an easier technique to Photoshop eyes using adjustment layers and simple layer masks. Then I will also show you how you can create amazing eyes on a portrait using cat eyes.
In this retouching tutorial I will cover the entire process I went through to create the final effect. The tutorial shows how to clean and smoothen skin, how to dodge and burn to enhance highlights, add makeup, enhance eyes and much more.
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They say the devil’s in the details, and one of the most crucial details of any portrait is the eyes. You want to make sure that the eyes in your portraits are always looking the absolute best without somehow coming off as fake or enhanced. In the seven-and-a-half minute video, Woloszynowicz walks you through a straightforward Photoshop workflow that will help you make the sclera of the eye stand out without making the final product look artificial.
It's no wonder that the eyes are considered the window to the soul. They can give away your emotions and are, too many, a thing of beauty.
In the world of photography and Photoshop one of the most import things to do in a portrait shot is get the eyes in focus. The are instinctively the first thing we look at in a portrait shot, both of humans and animals. If you get the eyes out of focus it can ruin the shot. However if you get almost everything out of focus except the eyes the image can still work. In this second portraiture tutorial I will go through 4 ways to help you retouch the eyes to make them really stand out using Photoshop.
With fashion and portrait retouching, the devil really is in the detail; you might want to enlarge the eyes a little, remove a few spots, lighten the skin, or even reduce the size of the feet! It’s all work that requires you to get up close and personal, not something you can accomplish with a quick sweep of the brush at 50% zoom. And this is what makes the use of layers and layer masks crucial when you retouch photos: if you make a mistake, you can easily delete or edit the layer and have another go.