8 Tips for Finding and Keeping Inspiration as Retouchers and Creatives
If you choose to expose for the highlights – the shadow detail may be compromised. Likewise, if you choose to expose for the shadows – the highlights may get overexposed and you’ll end up capturing no detail in the brightest parts of the image.
This is a quick tip that will show you how you can enhance and retain the light and dark information within an image.
Read more in "How to Use Apply Image Function to Effectively Retain Detail In Shadows And Highlights": http://buff.ly/2dbVA4n
Professional photographer Baard Lunde talks about his journey and inspirations, and shares some insights about what goes into a big production day in the fashion photography industry. Read more in the Artist Spotlight feature on the RA blog:
Check out this addition to our free Software Basics Retouching Academy course in this article by Gerry Kingsley: "Photoshop Fundamentals: Selection Tools Overview": http://buff.ly/2cE9lrr
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In his tutorial "Retouching Eyelashes and Eyebrows in Beauty Portraits", guest writer Alexey Adamitsky demostrates how to treat those areas and achieve natural looking results:
Read more in Daniel Meadow's article "Types of Retouching Career" on the RA blog:
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