- [Narrator] The next step in this project…is to work on the hat, so here I'll zoom in…a little bit on that area and I'm gonna open up the rulers,…Command R on a Mac, Control R on Windows,…and I'm gonna bring down a guide from the rulers,…if you just drag one out.…So I can kinda figure out, well, where should the hat stop?…And I think the natural curve should probably stop…right round there give or take, you know,…a little bit more or less, then let's create a new layer,…and one of the ways that you can do something like this…where you need to reshape something…is you can use the liquefy tool,…that might be a good way to try to do it.…
You could also try to do this with cloning.…So let me show you how we can use the clone stamp tool.…If ever you have a good edge like I have one over here,…what you can do is go ahead and option or alt click…to sample it, and then make sure…you're at 100 percent opacity, sample all layers,…and then just bring this over to a new area.…It doesn't really matter where it is,…we're just bringing an edge, which is nice,…
- Selecting keepers
- Creating collections
- Creating a strong black-and-white look
- Cropping portraits
- Retouching skin and other features
- Fine-tuning portraits
Skill Level Intermediate
5-Day Photo Challenge: Portraiturewith Chris Orwig25m 59s Intermediate
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photographywith Chris Orwig2h 30m Intermediate
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