Join Timothy Sexton for an in-depth discussion in this video Texture consistency, part of Photoshop Retouching Techniques: Skin.
Okay, now that we've gone through and…we've removed all those big blemishes, let's…go ahead and duplicate that layer, and we're going to label this one, Texture.…And this is where we're going to concentrate…on controlling this texture a bit more.…So let's zoom in and get our Clone Stamp.…And let's change the setting to Transfer and let's crank the…Hardness all the way down here, and let's increase the size…to about there is good.…And we can always change that with the brackets.…
So just hitting that right bracket, making it a little bit larger.…Using a light hand, we're going to gently go over these spots in…here just to sort of tone down all of these little white spots…in here, and all of the little dark spots right underneath them, and…by doing that, we're going to be able to control the texture a bit.…So let's go right up here to Mode, and let's start with the Darken mode…right here And just sample up. Oh, and actually before we start.…Let's turn this opacity down to 30% right here.…
Now if you just click the three, it'll knock it down to 30%.…
- Choosing your tools
- Eliminating facial hair
- Reducing blemishes
- Working with beauty skin
- Identifying what to remove
- Enhancing facial structure with Liquefy
- Correcting "dirty" areas, aka gray spots
- Restoring lost or missing texture
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Beauty Skin
2. Achieving a Clean, Natural Feel
3. Male-Specific Considerations
4. Color Balancing
5. Common Skin Issues
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