10 essential tutorials for retouching portrait photos using Photoshop
- September 13th, 2021
This post is collection of essential photoshop tutorials perfect for improving your retouching skills for portrait photos. The tutorials are perfect for beginners and experience photoshop users. The tutorial covers range of techniques from smoothen skin to changes object colors. The perfect roundup learning ins and outs of photo retouching.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to sharpen a blurry image in Photoshop in a couple of simple steps. All these steps can be saved as an action, so that you can achieve the same effect faster in the future!
In this tutorial, we’ll cover the basic steps of colour mixing in Photoshop by turning the model’s gold jewellery and the detailing on her dress into silver. Once you’ve mastered this, you’ll be able to adapt these skills to a number of different applications including garments and hair.
In this tutorial, you will learn the process for making someone look younger in Photoshop!
To avoid this, you also need to adjust a number of other facial features. In this tutorial, photographer Tigz Rice shows you how to use Face Aware Liquify in Photoshop for natural-looking results.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to repair some image noise from a low-quality shot, and I will show you an extremely quick and easy way to smooth out a person’s face. The woman in this shot is not a model, and she has a lot of character so we don’t want to overdo it with the smoothing. We will make it look real and natural.
Whitening teeth is one of the most common tasks a photographer, artworker or designer needs to do. However, we’ve discovered that most online Photoshop tutorials about how to whiten teeth give you flat, overly bright, fake-looking results.
It will show you some advanced techniques for cutting out hair, even difficult real world scenarios where the subject isn’t conveniently placed against a clean studio backdrop!
You will create custom skin texture will help you bring back some of the skin texture details that you may have lost through retouching or the lighting in the portrait.
Within this tutorial, we’ll be looking at some easy ways you can use channels to reduce these lines, whilst maintaining a natural to the process.