This trick to adding a bottom catch/kicker light to an eye that I use in all my photos take about 5 minutes from start to finish in Photoshop, so it’s fairly quick and this method can really help add some shape to the eye while brightening them up a little more at the same time.
I’ve come to know a fair bit about Joe McNally this past year. I’ve seen his courses on Kelby training and I may have come across one of his DVDs or two. Knowing his style, I purchased an electronic version of this book without checking out a sample first (something I don’t typically do) as I assumed I knew what to expect. The Moment it Clicks,..
In this tutorial we’re going to cover how to fix someone’s eyes if there uneven, a little askew or simply not the same size. It’s a subtle change but as you work through the steps I guarantee you notice a big improvement in your own image. This is also a fast step in my retouching workflow and should take 2-3 minutes to complete, once you’ve..
I purchased Scott Kelby’s Professional Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers with Photoshop (in electronic format) a little while back and didn’t give it much of a chance. I popped it open (virtually of course), flipped to the contents, went straight to a couple areas that I wanted to tweak in a photograph that I was working on at the..
This tip comes straight from the man himself, Glyn Dewis. It’s an ultra simple method that takes 2-3 minutes and yields amazing results. I was looking to create a cartoon look in Photoshop and was having minimal success when I happened to stumble upon this tutorial after signing up for the newsletters on Glyn’s site. If you haven’t checked it..
I’ll admit it. Not to long ago dodging and burning in Photoshop remained a bit of a mystery to me. Everywhere I looked I got the advice “make the darks darker and the brights brighter”. This advice, while not inaccurate, was frustratingly vague. I tried applying it to a number of images using the dodging and burning tools native to Photoshop but..