There are many reasons why portrait photographers need to know how to add or change makeup in Photoshop. In this course I’ll cover material including the different blend modes and how they interact with underlying layers, how to use the “blend if” sliders, how to add multi-faceted lipstick to both the highlights and the shadow areas of the lips, and so much more.GET STARTED
An overview of all the concepts we go through in this course and how modifying makeup is such a vital set of skills for all photographers.
We are going to take the image into Photoshop and I’ll show you how I deal with blemishes as the first step in my retouching workflow.
I always use frequency separation to get fantastic looking skin and in this lesson I’ll show you how to use it and what the proper settings are so that it works well.
In this lesson I teach you my techniques for using dodge and burn to retouch skin and why I almost always use this in conjunction with frequency separation.
Ok! We’ve got the image retouched and looking great and now we get to the fun part of adding makeup to create a more impactful and richer makeup look.
In this lesson, I am going to show you my techniques for bringing out the maximum impact and beauty in every subject’s eyes.
In this lesson I am going to show you my techniques for bringing out the maximum impact and beauty in every subject’s eyes.