Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Improving lips, part of Enhancing a Portrait of a Young Woman in Lightroom.
Now let's see if we can enhance the appearance of the model's lips.…Her lips are a really beautiful shape, but…I think they could use a little extra shine.…So, I'm going to start by zooming in to one to one view, and then I'll…get the adjustment brush tool by clicking on it in the toolbar under the histogram.…I'll hold down the Option, the Alt key on the PC, and click Reset…to set all the sliders back to zero, as we've been doing throughout the course.…Now I think what I'm going to try first is to…increase the highlights in the lips And that…will hopefully give them a little more shine.…so I"m going to drag the highlight slider to the right.…
And then I'm going to check my brush settings.…I'm going to check auto-mask, which will help me to keep…the mask that I'm creating inside of the lip lines.…I'll leave everything else as defaults as you see it,…and I'll scroll back up and start painting over the lips.…I'll start with the bottom lip.…And I found that it often works best…to paint around the edge of the lips.…
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- 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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