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I was looking for a way of learning more about (mostly fashion) image retouching; and as i can't see any groups on ePz have started this one.
So I'm not a teacher but am very keen to learn along side others if you want to share.
I've only PS6, so do have a Photoshop biased view but doubt that will matter too much.
Does anyone else want to play?
Started By: JackAllTog
Established: 24 Aug 2015 - 1:09 PM
Think I posted this in the wrong place - but thought I might try again to get it right :$:$ Stuart I'm not sure if you are aware of Frequency Separation. I certainly wasn't until I watched a RetouchPro tutorial on Saturday given by Scott Alexander. Having now watched a Phlearn video on YouTube...
Looked for one very detailed book - Saw this written in 2011 Real Retouching: A Professional Step-by-Step Guide Apparently Its a step by step guide around one photo ! Comments to scare or intrigue? - You have to be committed to learning this type of work - if all your subjects are not y...
Its not that recent, but one of the more interesting D&B turorials i've seen. http://www.dmd-digital-retouching.com/retouching-tutorials/ the 1st two are mostly of interest to me today.
Mean while i've been trying to find alternatives to the slow detailed curve D&B techniques to lighte
After the initial seperation, I would use the upper texture layer to lose spots blemishes etc with healing brush, then use the lower layer to smooth out the skin tones, leaving the texture intact.
Once I had these two layers looking good, I would then try to reproduce the same finish using dnb.
Skin pores are essentially a pattern
I think i have seen what i need to do more clearly in this video at the 41 min mark for 40 secs - its the detailed multi layer D&B that I want to do as some how it giv
I'll be around, taking part where I can.
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