Join Lee Varis for an in-depth discussion in this video Goodbye, part of Beyond Skin: Going Deeper with Photoshop CS3.
We have come a long way in our series of lessons on Photoshop CS3.…We have used a lot of techniques and tools in different combinations to create…image enhancements that go beyond just the simple tips and tricks kind of thing.…I want you to remember that it's not just one, two little steps to create a…trick, but a series of techniques in combination to create more mature and more…evolved image enhancements.…
And all of this would be meaningless unless you applied it to your own photography.…So that's what I would like you to leave with. Take these techniques, make them…your own, make your own magic.…I've given you the basics and the tools to begin your journey for your own imagery.…Thank you!…
Portraiture can be one of the most rewarding skills for a photographer to master, and the right post-processing and enhancement techniques can make all the difference. In Beyond Skin: Going Deeper with Photoshop CS3, Lee Varis uses Photoshop CS3 as a digital darkroom to bring out the best in photos of people, faces, and bodies. He examines tone and contrast, color correction, retouching, and more.
- Customizing the Photoshop CS3 workspace
- Controlling tone and color balance with Curves settings
- Correcting and enriching color with Hue/Saturation
- Converting images to black and white
- Retouching and sharpening portraits
- Enhancing background bokeh
- Adding portrait glow
- Blending luminosity
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop CS3 Portrait Retouching Essentialswith Chris Orwig10h 18m Intermediate
Photoshop CS3 Portrait Retouching Techniqueswith Chris Orwig8h 35m Intermediate
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