Correct skin tones with Hue Photoshop Masking


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Correcting skin tones with Hue

In this exercise I'll show you how to correct color modeled skin tones using the Hue Mode. I am working inside of a file that's called Average hue.tif. It's found inside the 08_component folder. This is a photograph that I shot of my son Max. You can see how his skin tones waver from oranges and pinks into this sort of yellow region up here, and in this particular case, it's because the camera misread the actual colors. However, you might run into situations where you're looking at a person who has modeled skin tones and you want to correct for them and here's how.

First thing you want to do is mask the subject of your image and in the case of this photo, it's pretty easy. I am going to switch over to the Channels Panel here. Notice that I've created a mask in advance, but we are going to create it together using a slightly different technique than we had in the past. If you take a look at the independent color channels, you will see that we don't have m...

Correcting skin tones with Hue
Video duration: 6m 4s 4h 3m Intermediate

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Correcting skin tones with Hue provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Advanced Blending

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Design
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