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Join professional photographer and instructor Chris Orwig in Photoshop CS5: Fashion Retouching Projects, as he demonstrates how to enhance and correct photographs for the fashion industry. This course covers retouching techniques such as color, contrast, and tone improvements, wrinkle reduction, skin smoothing, enhancing the eyes, lips, and hair, shape modification using Liquify, and background cleanup. Projects include a commercial fashion campaign and a natural beauty shoot, focusing on corrections that bring out the existing strengths of the photograph without marring the original intent. Exercise files are included with the course.
Hey, welcome! My name is Chris Orwig. I'm a photographer and I'm a teacher. I am on the Faculty at the Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California where we are right now, and it is a beautiful morning. I'm really passionate about photography and about Photoshop, and here in this course, we're going to focus in on fashion and beauty photographs, and what we're going to do is take a look at how we can make our images come to life in a completely new way. So, what exactly what we will be covering in this course? Well, we'll start off by looking at how we can work on small details, how we can improve wrinkles, how we can enhance color and tone, and how we can make our images snap and come to life and look even better.
Now, we're going to cover all of these topics and more and we have a lot of exciting content ahead of us. So without further delay, let's begin!
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