Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Modifying the background, part of Photoshop CS5: Fashion Retouching Projects.
Now that we've completed working on the subject, we're ready to focus in on the…background, and this is where things are going to get really creative and where…we can start to look at some different options for how we can process and create…some distinct looks and aesthetics with this photograph.…We already know that we have this nice Black & White adjustment with…this interesting mask.…What I want to do is create another Black & White adjustment, yet I want to have…a completely different adjustment.…So, in order to do that I'll go ahead and click on the Adjustment Layer icon…here and then choose Black & White.…
That will then give me this new adjustment.…The next thing that I want to do is click into the mask that I've already created.…This is a pretty decent mask.…So, what I want to do is I want to copy and paste this and take advantage of the…mask I've already created, but apply this to this new layer.…Well, the easiest way to do that is to hold down Option on a Mac, Alt on Windows…and then simply click on the mask and drag it to new layer.…
- Changing clothing drape or shape
- Modifying the background
- Working with shadows and highlights
- Improving color
- Adding blur
- Cleaning up flyaway hairs
- High pass sharpening
- Adjusting eyes and eyebrows
- Reducing shadows around the eyes
- Making creative adjustments with color
- Removing wrinkles and smoothing skin texture
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Simple Fashion Project
2. Cleanup Fashion Project
Fixing details and wrinkles5m 31s
3. Desert Fashion Project
4. Commercial Fashion Project
5. Vintage Fashion Project
6. Natural Beauty Project
7. Fashion Beauty Project
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