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Retouch a Moody and Cinematic Portrait with Photoshop

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A great retouched image begins with a beautiful photograph. We’re going to take a reasonable photo that I shot in late 2013 on a rainy day in Philadelphia and use Photoshop to do some simple retouching and color toning to this image. We’re going to explore things like skin and eye retouching as well as effectively using Adjustment Layers to color grade and create a very cool looking picture.

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The Healing Brush – Photoshop CS6 Tutorial

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The Healing Brush, Spot Healing Brush, and Patch tool are are healing options that I use very much when retouching photographs. These tools are very much “touch and feel” tools that you really want to start using to figure out how best they work for you. There is no better set of tools in Photoshop for cleaning up spots and unwanted objects in a picture than this set of healing tools. Today we’re going to focus on the Healing Brush. We are using a photo of model and friend, Sarah Harley »

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Change Hair Color! Brunette/Brown Hair to Blonde Hair – Photoshop Tutorial

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Make Brunette/Brown Hair to Blonde Hair – Photoshop Tutorial Learn how to make one of the most difficult hair color changes; brunette to blonde! We will cover an advanced technique to convert hair color to anything you would ever want! The focus of the tutorial is squarely on converting darker (brown) hair to lighter (blonde)

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Remove Eyeglasses – Photoshop Tutorial

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Remove Eyeglasses – Photoshop Tutorial In this video we will take a look at a very special way to remove an element from an image. In case we will be removing a pair of glasses from this young woman’s face and it the process rebuilding parts of her eyes as well as doing some heavy

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Remove The Timestamp From a Logo – Photoshop CS2

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Remove The Timestamp From a Logo – Photoshop CS2 If you have done a lot of Photography you probably have accidentally left the timestamp feature of yours (or somebody else’s!) Camera on, or maybe didn’t realize it was on. Whatever the case the results are the same, that horrible, horrible timestamp that plasters itself across

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