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Skin Retouching

Easy,Tutorial 2 January 2011 Comments Off

This tutorial shows how to use the Gaussian Blur with a layer mask for smoothing the skin, it is important to get the balance right between the Radius and the Threshold slider settings. They you will appy the Dust & Scratches filter to eliminate minor imperfections in the skin…

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Change Eye Color

Easy,Tutorial 28 June 2010 Comments Off

If you want to change the eye color in your photos, here is a simple tutorial. You will use the Quick Mask to mark the area which color you need to change. Then you Inverse the selection and apply Color Balance. If the iris color is too bright, use Hue/Saturation to decrease the brightness intensity […]

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Change Hair Color

Easy,Tutorial 4 June 2010 2 Comments

Learn how to change the hair color and create glossie lips. You will use the Quick Mask, the Color Balance, Layer Blend mode “Soft Light”, the Dodge tool in the range set to “HighLights”.

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Change Eye & Hair Color

Easy,Video lesson 14 April 2010 1 Comment

This video shows how to change the color of your model’s eyes and hair. You use the Brush tool, Quick Mask, Adjustment Layers, Hue/Saturation.

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Learn Masks

Easy,Tutorial 25 February 2010 1 Comment

You may want to cut something from a photo or colorize a portion of it. The problem is how to select the area of the image, so that you can manipulate it. There are several masking features in Photoshop for that. The main rule of masking is that everything behind the mask is not visible […]

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Soft Focus

Easy,Tutorial 7 February 2010 Comments Off

Soft Focus effect is commonly used in glamour shots and to some extent in wedding photography. There are special lenses you can use to create the soft focus effect using your cameras. If this option is unavailable you can easily mimic this effect inside Photoshop.

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Photoshop Masks Explained

Advanced,Tutorial 23 January 2010 Comments Off

Photoshop Masks preserve important pixel data and allow non-destructive editing techniques. There are five methods of masking in Photoshop: Quick Masks, Pixel Masks, Vector Masks, Clipping Masks and Clipping Paths. Learn which method to use to achieve clean, flexible and properly masked layers. photo credit: Juliana Coutinho

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