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Retouching 301

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Retouching 301 10 Videos (12:01h)
  • 01 - Color
  • 02 - Children
  • 03 - Clothing
  • 04 - Color Tone
  • 05 - Digital Makeup
  • 06 - Matching Skin Tone
  • 07 - Face Aware Liquify
  • 08 - Hair
  • 09 - Exercise 1
  • 10 - Exercise 2
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Welcome to part three of our best-selling series Retouching 101-301. Combine all the retouching techniques you learned in 101 & 201 to become a master retoucher.

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Skills You Will Learn

  • Brush Tool
  • Coloring
  • Pen Tool
  • Retouching
  • Tone

Real, Professional Retouching

No shortcuts, no plugins, no workarounds. We teach real, professional retouching that will deliver stunning results every time.

How to Properly Work with Color

Retouching 301 begins with a discussion on color. What is proper skin tone and how can you make sure your images aren’t too red or too green? We teach you how to use the included Skin Tone Chart to analyze and correct skin tone. Learn workflow tips and tricks to achieve better color in your portraits!

Included Skin Tone Chart & Color Swatches

Skin tone can be tough to perfect, a little too much red or green and skin starts to look weird. The included Skin Tone Chart & Swatches provide you with a quick-reference guide on proper skin tone. Compare highlights, mid-tones, and shadows to achieve proper color.

Children

Children don’t tend to have many of the skin blemishes that adults do—acne and wrinkles haven’t had time to leave their mark. When retouching children, it is mostly about correcting light and color. We show you how to use Lightroom and Photoshop to add style and focus to children’s portraits.

Color-Tone Portraits

Portraits can be retouched in several ways. You can focus on realism, or you can go for style. The easiest and most effective way to add style to a portrait is through color-tone. We show you how to add color to highlights, mid-tones, and shadows separately for more impact. Learn how to use Gradient Maps to color-tone and how to load color-toning presets.

Recreate Clothing

Disheveled clothing can ruin a great portrait. Learn to retouch clothing including patterns and textures.

Perfect Hair Retouching

Learn how to keep hair under control by following along with the entire retouching process. Create individual strands of hair using special Photoshop Brushes and remove hair from unwanted areas.

Add "Digital Makeup" in Photoshop

Having a world-class makeup artist on every shoot would be nice, but that is not always the cast. Learn to use the same principles a makeup artist uses to add and enhance makeup in Photoshop. We show you how to analyze photos of makeup and all the tools required to apply it digitally.

How to Match Skin Tones

Ordinarily, your subject’s face, hands, and body are nowhere near the same color. Learn how to fix this often overlooked misfortune of mismatched skin tones.

Face-Aware Liquify

New to Photoshop CC 2015, Face-Aware Liquify gives you the ability to transform and enhance facial features to an incredible degree. Make changes to eye height, size, width, tilt and distance using simple sliders. The tool also includes enhanced control over the nose, mouth, forehead, chin and face shape.

Apply Makeup in Photoshop

Magically apply makeup on skin with custom brush tools.

Retouching Clothing

A great portrait will only go so-far if the person is wearing wrinkled, stained, or misfitting clothing. Learn tips-and-tricks for transforming clothing into a thing of beauty. Re-create collars, sleeves, colors and weaves in the lesson dedicated to retouching clothes.

Two Full-Length Exercises

Combine everything you learn from sections 1-8 to retouch two portraits from start to finish. Where do I start? How do different techniques tie together? What don’t I know? Follow along the entire retouching process from Camera RAW to Exporting the Final Photos.

16-Bit RAW Files Included

With 26 straight-out-of-camera RAW images included, you’ll be able to retouch in 16-bit for the full experience. The capabilty of this collection makes nothing impossible.

Do I need a tablet to retouch?

Short answer – no, but there is nothing like having the best tool for the job. The micro-adjustments that the Wacom Tablet make possible are unparalleled. Pressure sensitivity gives you optimum control over all of your Photoshop tools; opacity, flow, and size.

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