- [Chris] Alright.…After having worked on some of the smaller details,…next let's take a look at a technique…which is really helpful for working on shadows…or different areas of the skin.…I'll create a new layer, call this one r2.…And here I'll grab the clone stamp tool,…press the s key to choose that.…Have a nice soft edge brush, no hardness.…And opacity, I'll leave this low,…it just happened to be at 22,…but that's a good starting point.…Basically, somewhere less than 50.…And sample all layers is turned on.…
And actually, let me go even lower than that.…Maybe about 15.…And the brush size really depends upon your zoom rate.…'Cause can you see how if I zoom way out,…now my brush is covering up certain areas?…It'd be hard to work on.…But if I zoom in, now I could kinda get there…a little bit better.…So when you change your zoom rate,…you then wanna choose the right brush size.…Let's go on get rid of this little shadow here.…Have the clone stamp tool, soft edge brush, opacity 15,…and we'll option or alt click to sample a good source area…
- 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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