Tutorial – Skin Retouching by Perfectly Clear
You’ll be professional retoucher in no time at all.
To access the retouching, open the client view/image browser into the filmstrip view (shift+x) and click on the edit tab.
There are a number of presets to start off with. Simply click through the presets and find the one that you love. My personal favorite is the Full Coverage.
Once you get your favorite one-click dialed in, now it’s time to play with the slider. The slider controls the skin softening.
Full Resolution Preview
We apply the retouching to the proxy image in your project. This will be fairly close to the final result. But we recommend turning on the Full Resolution Preview for results that you’ll see in the final output.
Additionally, we highly recommend exporting for print and taking a look before actually printing. You’ll want to make sure that the final output is to your liking.
Retouch Only The Photos Used
You’ve probably brought in more photos than you’ve ended up using for your client. We’ve added a new filter for you.
You can now filter to just the photographs used ‘somewhere’ in your project. Whether it was used in an album or a wall gallery or even a print order. Filter down to just those.
Now you know JUST what you need to retouch.
Auto Apply To Next Image
This is where you can speed up your workflow. As you add your retouching, you can toggle this on to auto apply your last setting to the next photo you move to. So you just have to double check and then move on.
What About BIG Blemishes?
This is where having the Suite connected to Photoshop is a big help. Right-click and choose Edit in External Editor, use the healing brush to remove the blemish and save.
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