Join Abba Shapiro for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with portrait presets, part of Up and Running with Perfect Photo Suite 8.
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…Now I'm a big fan of easy, and one of…the things I love about the portrait retouching within the…On One Suite is, there is an easy button, or…a series of easy buttons, and that would be the Presets.…Now, we've opened up the solider image and, to save time I've already made sure I…have selected the eyes and the mouth, and we saw earlier that it didn't do a…good guess on that, so if you are working with a downloaded media, you may want to…pause playback and go ahead and, adjust the…eyes and the lips, so they're properly positioned.…
Now one of the things we did see earlier, is…that sometimes it doesn't do a perfectly good job of…guessing exactly what's skin and what's not, and in this…case, because of the beard, it's a little bit more challenging.…So, before we go any further, I'm going to switch over to…my mask, and once again, choose what is skin and what's not.…So we're going to go with not skin first.…And I can just paint out some parts of…the beard, because I don't want to smooth out that area.…I want to keep that detail.…
This is an introductory course produced by RHED Pixel to help both beginner and seasoned photographers quickly realize the benefits of Perfect Photo Suite 8. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- What is Perfect Photo Suite 8?
- What's the right version for you?
- Installing the software
- Importing media into the Layers module
- Making quick fixes with the Enhance module
- Adjusting skin tone in the Portrait module
- Applying effects presets
- Creating masks
- Resizing images
- Integrating Photo Perfect Suite with Lightroom, Photoshop, and Aperture