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The wedding may be over, but the photos aren't quite finished until you've done everything you can to make them look their best. In this course, teacher, author, and professional photographer Chris Orwig revisits the images he shot in Wedding Photography for Everyone: Bridal Portraits and shows how to make natural and creative enhancements with Adobe Photoshop. Learn how to correct color, remove blemishes, make eyes sparkle, whiten teeth, enhance light, and craft a sepia-toned black-and-white portrait from a regular color photograph.
Welcome, my name is Chris Orwig. In this course, we'll focus in on varietal portraiture retouching. You know, this course is a direct followup to one of my other courses, Wedding Photography for Everyone Bridal portrait. And then of course we went out on location and did a live bridal photo shoot. And here in this course, we'll be working on some of the photographs that were captured during that shoot. We'll be covering a range of topics. Let me highlight a few. We'll talk about how we can use Photoshop in order to enhance and correct color.
We'll explore how we can remove blemishes, or how we can use some tools which allow us to enhance lights and color. We'll look at how we can improve eyes and teeth. We'll also take some time to talk about how we can craft a sepia-toned black and white photograph. Now, we'll be covering all of these topics and more So without further delay, let's begin.
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