- [Narrator] In this movie, let's work on the background,…and then also fine tune some details,…and retouch a few little things away.…So here I'll click on the adjustment brush icon,…or press the K key.…That's the key which allows you to select that tool.…From the effect pull down menu,…what we wanna do is choose something like exposure.…That will zero out everything except for that slider.…And we'll go ahead and bring this down,…and bring down our highlights as well.…Down below we wanna turn auto mask on.…The flow, we're gonna keep that pretty low.…And the brush size, that brush size looks pretty good.…
And so, what I can do is I can…start to paint over this area.…And because auto mask is turned on,…it's just going to limit it to this part of the image.…If there's some other little areas, we can do that as well.…I'm just looking to darken this up.…And I'm going with this lower flow…so I can kinda see if I actually like this.…Because you can see what we're doing here…is we're darkening up the background.…And, yeah, I think I am liking it.…
- Selecting keepers
- Creating collections
- Creating a strong black-and-white look
- Cropping portraits
- Retouching skin and other features
- Fine-tuning portraits
Skill Level Intermediate
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