Glamour Highlights and Shadows a Portrait
This video tutorial will teach you how to use Photoshop to improve your glamour images with enhanced shadow and highlight details.
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Use Photoshop to improve your glamour images with enhanced shadow and highlight details. (video tutorial)
Here is a retouching tutorial for portrait, not any special and just using common techiques but i hope its still a good suggestion for you to make your portrait have soft, warm, vibrant and glamour look.
This video goes over how to adjust the highlights and shadows in your image with dynamic range. It covers using camera raw and the shadows/highlight adjustment in Photoshop.
In this video I’ll be demonstrating how to reduce shadows and highlights in Photoshop. I’ll be using a curves to reduce the wrinkles in clothing and a little skin retouching.
Today I will be taking you though some of the processes behind simulating studio lighting on images taken outside of a controlled environment. We’ll be focusing on lighting for the most part and how to get some natural highlights and shadows.
We lighten up shadowed areas while breaking in those unruly highlights.
Discover the techniques used to create your own lifelike digital portrait from scratch Now select a lighter, warmer colour to add some highlights to the hair. Using the same brush settings as listed in step 12, you can start painting small areas of highlights.
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In this tutorial we will create a dramatic portrait effect In Photoshop adjustment layers and blending modes. We will treat the shadows and highlights separately in different layers using the Levels adjustment to obtain the desired contrast. It’s an easy photoshop tutorial and the effect is not hard to achieve. At the end I will show you an easy way to get a old photo effect in Photoshop.
There’s always been a race between Photoshop and Lightroom when it comes to fine-tuning pictures. Just when I settle down for one of the programs and start using it regularly, I see something that makes me turn back to the other: Today’s “switch back to Photoshop” reason: restoring shadows and highlights in a JPEG image.