Join Derrick Story for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting skin tones the right color, part of Portrait Retouching with Aperture.
Color has such a big impact on the shot that, you really do want to get it right.…And, I try to do what I can at capture, and sometimes I do better than others.…And then fine tune that in post…production, which is what we're doing right now.…As I look at this shot where, I had mentioned in an earlier…movie, I had made some adjustments like Capture, but didn't quite get it right.…I feel like it has a bit…of a magenta tint, and if you go to one…that I played with earlier, you can see the difference.…
>> And if you look up here in the corner with the…gray, I think that's a good indicator of what's going on there.…Let's do one together, and let's see how we get from maybe…having a bit of a cast to having something that's a bit cleaner.…I'm going to hit the V key here. And…I'm going to go ahead and make a new version of this.…I'm going to right-click, and do New version from original.…So we can just start that clean.…And instead of version 4, I like to have my own little system here.…
I 'm going to call it 82 /g.…
- Assessing your image
- Retouching blemishes
- Enhancing skin texture
- Adding highlights to the hair
- Adjusting clothing and backdrop color
- Brightening and sharpening eyes
- Converting to black and white
Skill Level Intermediate
Using iPhoto and Aperture Togetherwith Derrick Story2h 37m Intermediate
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