01 - Introduction to Facial Features
Aaron introduces this chapter on retouching skin, hair, and facial features.
02 - How to Retouch, Sharpen, and Color Eyes in Photoshop
Learn to use Curves to enhance the color and texture in eyes, the Brush Tool and Blend If to enhance the highlights and reflections, and the Spot Healing Brush Tool to remove distracting lines in and around the eye.
03 - How to Retouch Hair in Photoshop (Part I)
Learn how to use the Liquify Tool to adjust the shape of the hair, the Spot Healing Brush Tool to erase flyaways, and the Clone Stamp Tool to duplicate an area of the hair to create additional texture in other parts of the photo.
04 - How to Retouch Hair in Photoshop (Part II)
Aaron uses the Liquify Tool to add more shape and volume to the hair. Then, to replicate the natural redness and highlights brought out from the lights in the photoshoot, he uses Color Fill Layers combined with Blending Modes and Blend If.
05 - How to Retouch Hair in Photoshop (Part III)
Short hair and facial hair both require a different approach than the longer, flowing hair we've worked with so far. Learn how to retouch and remove small distracting hairs and then paint in new hair using a custom Photoshop brush.
06 - How to Retouch, Whiten and Straighten Teeth in Photoshop
Learn to use the Liquify Tool to straighten and smooth out distracting areas from teeth and use Solid Color Fill Layers with Blend If to get them pearly white!
07 - How to Retouch Lips and Define Lipstick in Photoshop
In this section, we show you how to use the Pen Tool and the Clone Stamp Tool to get the perfect lip shape and texture. Then we demonstrate how to use a Curves Adjustment Layer to get the highlights just right.
08 - How to Retouch, Straighten, and Color Correct Noses in Photoshop
Get the perfect shape, size, and symmetry for any nose.
09 - Skin: How to Approach Retouching Skin in Photoshop
Aaron introduces how to approach skin retouching in Photoshop.
10 - How to Remove Blemishes from Skin in Photoshop
Remove small blemishes and distractions using a combination of the Healing Brush Tool, the Spot Healing Brush Tool, and the Patch Tool.