Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Enhancing hair, part of Enhancing a Portrait of a Young Woman in Lightroom.
This model's hair is certainly one of her best…features, and the lovely colour adds punch to this portrait.…I want to see if I can add a little more dimensionality…to her hair, and make the colour look a little more natural.…To do that, I'll use the Adjustment Brush tool.…I've selected the Adjustment Brush tool over here in the toolbar, and I'm…going to hold down the Option key, or the Alt key on the PC.…And click the reset label to set all of its controls back to zero.…First…I'm going to increase the highlights a bit to see if I…can bring those forward by dragging the highlight slider slightly to the right.…
At the same time, I'm going to drag the shadows slider to the left to make the…darker parts of the hair appear to move back,…and that should add some dimension to the hair.…So I drag the shadows slider over to the left.…And then I'll go down to check my brush settings.…I'm going to leave all of the sliders as they…are, so that I'm working with a big, soft brush.…And I'm going to check Automask to help me…
- Adding a tone curve
- Reducing lines and wrinkles
- Minimizing under-eye circles
- Whitening teeth
- Softening skin
- Enhancing hair
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Making Overall Adjustments
2. Retouching Skin
3. Improving Details
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