There are purists who believe that no post-production editing should be necessary for a great shot. For the majority of portrait photographers, however, using software to improve their images is just part of the standard workflow.
This walkthrough steps through a method for realistic eye re-shaping. The walkthrough is in response to Rachel’s question posted on ... Read More...
OK, this is quite a long video! In response to a question from Rachel on the Forums, I step through ... Read More
In this video, I step through 3 ways of enhancing eyes in Photoshop. These are simple things you can do ... Read More
In this “Photoshop Shorts” episode, I show how to create a reflection in Photoshop. Not just that but one that ... Read More
Image Copyright Rachel Thornhill 2019 This is in response to a post on the forum from Rachel Thornhill on retouching ... Read More
In this video, I walk through step-by-step the Frequency Separation in Photoshop – one of the best techniques for retouching ... Read More
In this video, I follow up on a question on the forums about how to replace a white (over-exposed) sky. ... Read More
In response to a question on the Forum, this walkthrough covers a method for creating high key images of white ... Read More
In this video, I talk through how to clean up a white background. The image in question is of two ... Read More
This walkthrough is in response to a question on our forum. Rob Dunse (who kindly provided the photograph that I ... Read More
There is nothing quite like a beautiful black and white portrait. In this video, we walk through how to use ... Read More
Bright sunshine and a beautiful subject, glorious greens and satin soft shadows. Ah, I have drifted into a romantic phase! ... Read More