Addressing the stubborn patches


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Addressing the stubborn patches

Now often times the technique I showed you in the previous exercises, all it takes to get rid of modeled skin tones. All you have got to do is select the faces, jump them to a new layer, if necessary load the Transparency mask for the layer then apply the Average command, the Average filter and then apply Hue Blend mode and you are done and everything is taken care of. But in this case, we have got a few more problems, because the skin modelling is not only a function of random hue variations, but it's also a function of some brightness and saturation variations as well especially this little bump on this guy's nose here is highly saturated and dark as it turns out.

Let's go ahead and select the red patches inside these fellows' faces and balance that to a new layer and see if we can do something to it that might benefit the image. So go ahead and turn off the average layer if you are working along with me and you created such a layer in the previous exercise, I want you now to s...

Addressing the stubborn patches
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Addressing the stubborn patches provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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