- Creating and combining multiple exposures
- Repositioning subjects
- Enhancing color and tone
- Removing unwanted background elements
- Simplifying with selections
- Improving composition with cropping
- Toning with the High Dynamic Range (HDR) Pro toolset
- Enhancing eyes
- Changing shape and sculpting muscles with Liquify
- Increasing height
- Sharpening and creating final layer comps
Skill Level Intermediate
(camera clicks) - Welcome, my name is Chris Orwig. I'm a photographer and I'm a teacher. I'm on the faculty at the Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California where we are right now and it's a beautiful morning. You know, here in this course, we're going to focus in on working on photographs of athletes. What we'll be learning will be applicable to many different types of photographs as well. So what exactly will we be covering in this training title? Well we'll start off by taking a look at those small details. How can we clean up our photographs? Then we'll dig in to other topics, like how can we enhance an image by working on its color and tone or sharpening the photograph and of course we'll explore how we can make some creative adjustments as well.
Well we're going to cover all of these topics and more and we have a lot of exciting content ahead of us so without further delay, let's begin.
Photoshop CS5: Fashion Retouching Projectswith Chris Orwig4h 29m Intermediate
1. Outdoor Portrait
5. Gym Workout
8. Indoor Track Sprint
9. Enhancing Strength
10. Surfer Portrait
11. Underwater Portrait
13. Father and Son Portrait
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