Join Timothy Sexton for an in-depth discussion in this video Selective blemish control, part of Photoshop Retouching: Faces.
…A way to keep your image natural is by selectively taking…out blemishes and toning down others, but not entirely removing them.…A way to tone them down and not remove…them is to cover it completely in one pass.…And we'll just use this one right here as an example.…Using our Clone Stamp, let's check the…settings and we're going to change that to Transfer.…Bring the hardness down and we're on normal mode.…Is to completely cover it up…in one move, and then Shift+Cmd+F brings up our Fade right here.…
And now we could just slide this down right here.…And it's going to start to bring back that spot.…And we can really control how much of it we want to…take out and how much of it we want to leave in.…Okay, in this case, we're actually going to take away the whole part of it.…It was just sort of distracting there.…So now let's go over to our…Patch tool, which you could find right here by your Healing brush.…And we're just going to, bounce around the image,…kind of taking out all of these little obvious spots.…
So if you just circle it like this and then just move it into an…
- Analyzing your portrait
- Setting the overall color
- Using masks to color correct
- Controlling blemishes
- Popping the eyes
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Facial Physiognomy
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