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Retouching A Studio Portrait.

This is a discussion on Retouching A Studio Portrait. within the Technical Photography Discussion forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; 1. Open Any Image go to Filter Menu > Plug-in Imagenomic > Portraiture... on preset ...

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    Lightbulb Retouching A Studio Portrait.

    1. Open Any Image go to Filter Menu > Plug-in Imagenomic > Portraiture...
    on preset select Enhance: Glamour and copy the same as pics below then click OK.



    after result:




    2. go to Color Balance & Level







    3. go to Filter > Neat Image > Reduce Noise .. Select Noise Filter Settings
    copy the same as the set below and click Apply.



    4. go to Images > Adjustments > Photo Filter



    5. Press Ctrl + M > Auto > input: 197 output: 190 and click Ok

    6. go to Images > Adjustments > Photo Filter > Sepia > set Density: 45%

    Final result: This version i want it to be darker then my other ver. below, if you want more light just play with Curves & Color Balance

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    Bravo! This is really cool. Thanks Darren for your efforts to help us be better photoshop users!

    Cheers,
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    You're welcome!!! Bruce. i just did another version look bit warm color by using color balance option is to enhance the color, playing around with the function will give you an ideal how to make the pics got a look of cool color or warm color ect... using Curves option is to make the pics more brighter or darker
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    Nice. Thanks for the tips!

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