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Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


Hey, guys. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! smile

I have a gift for you. Just recorded a Girl With Freckles retouching workflow and how you might deal with skin retouching and problems like; discoloration of the skin, keeping the skin looking smooth and natural while preserving the Freckles. Also how to do color correction with curves and layer masks and various other tips & tricks. I will be using in this tutorial various techniques like Dodging and Burning, curves and other color correction tools, some intermediate to advance masking and more. I hope you enjoy the video. smile

Redhead Girl With Freckles Retouch - Photoshop CS6 Tutorial
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT8ZBSoy_IY

BTW. Don't forget; you can use chapter makers in the description box to skip ahead to any part of the movie for easier reviewing. Just click on the time of the section you want to skip ahead, or simply  watch the video first and than very easily go back to the section of the video you want to see again.

Image courtesy of Rafeal

http://www.modelmayhem.com/374073
www.faze1.4ormat.com

Cheers!
Dec 22 12 11:45 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
nebulaoperator
Posts: 327
London, England, United Kingdom


I thought they could also introduce like button on MM. smile
So first like and Merry Christmas!
Dec 23 12 12:28 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Oscar Partida
Posts: 729
San Diego, California, US


merry X mas !
Dec 23 12 02:41 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Sofia Zasheva
Posts: 154
Sofia, Sofija grad, Bulgaria


I'd rip the audio from this and send it to people just because of what you said. Thank you and happy holidays! (:

edit:
Btw, isn't the softening that you talked about around 13 min, caused by the software of the camera when the image was created (because of the Bayer pattern), not because of the transfer from the camera?
Dec 23 12 03:08 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Pascal Flor
Posts: 82
Berlin, Berlin, Germany


Nice one Krunoslav!

Will watch it as soon as possible. But I have the feeling, that might have helped me with that pic. Was a pain in the ass!
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/30505311
Dec 23 12 03:15 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
xbe photographer
Posts: 167
Kaišiadorys, Kauno, Lithuania


Thanks , and happy Christmas!!!
Dec 23 12 04:33 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
MirrorImage Photography
Posts: 405
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, US


i enjoyed, ty.... nicely done!!!
Dec 23 12 04:58 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
The Signature Image
Posts: 12,055
Gorham, Maine, US


I enjoy tutorials and view them quite often to try and improve my craft. However, I tried watching your tutorial and at 6 minutes in you are still talking, not instructing or teaching or demonstrating.

Slim it down some, guy.
Dec 23 12 05:51 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
The Invisible Touch
Posts: 706
Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain


Once again Kruno!! Great video!!
Dec 23 12 05:52 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
richy01
Posts: 153
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands


Merry Xmas, have a good one.....
Dec 23 12 06:40 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


nebulaoperator wrote:
I thought they could also introduce like button on MM. smile
So first like and Merry Christmas!

"+1" for the "Like" button, hehehe.

Sofia Zasheva wrote:
I'd rip the audio from this and send it to people just because of what you said. Thank you and happy holidays! (:

edit:
Btw, isn't the softening that you talked about around 13 min, caused by the software of the camera when the image was created (because of the Bayer pattern), not because of the transfer from the camera?

Yes, you are quite right Sofia. I was thinking of needing sometimes to apply input sharpening for the softness but I explained it wrong. Nice catch and thank you for brining it to my attention. smile

Pascal Flor wrote:
Nice one Krunoslav!

Will watch it as soon as possible. But I have the feeling, that might have helped me with that pic. Was a pain in the ass!
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/30505311

Thanks!

I wish I knew sooner.  smile

The Signature Image wrote:
I enjoy tutorials and view them quite often to try and improve my craft. However, I tried watching your tutorial and at 6 minutes in you are still talking, not instructing or teaching or demonstrating.

Slim it down some, guy.

What can I say, it's not for everyone but for your convenience I have made chapter links in the description box.



P.S.
Thank you everyone for the comments, I hope you have nice holidays. smile

Dec 23 12 07:27 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Pictus
Posts: 957
Teresópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Kruno Claus, thanks for the present!

BTW, I get a feeling that you have a preference for redheads... smile
Dec 23 12 08:16 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
SterlingHein
Posts: 165
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


thanks, mate. Merry Christmas
Dec 23 12 08:25 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
pbellamy
Posts: 689
New York, New York, US


I have to say I'm not a retoucher - I know my place... but I really appreciated being able to access and watch this.

So nice to be able to get something constructive out of  the Mayhem. (Not that I don't enjoy endless threads about Models Flaking!).

Thanks and have a Joyous Christmas!
Dec 23 12 08:37 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


Pictus wrote:
Kruno Claus, thanks for the present!

BTW, I get a feeling that you have a preference for redheads... smile

Shhh. Who said that!?

I do not discriminate but I do enjoy retouching readheads. I have to admit.

pbellamy wrote:
I have to say I'm not a retoucher - I know my place... but I really appreciated being able to access and watch this.

So nice to be able to get something constructive out of  the Mayhem. (Not that I don't enjoy endless threads about Models Flaking!).

Thanks and have a Joyous Christmas!

lol

U2. smile

Dec 23 12 09:07 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Lulie Lens
Posts: 157
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Thanks for the tip on how to speed up the computer if the large amounts of layers are taking too long to process.

Happy Holidays!
Dec 23 12 10:24 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
In Balance Photography
Posts: 3,370
Boston, Massachusetts, US


Thanks so much for this - always so very helpful!
Dec 23 12 11:55 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Feverstockphoto
Posts: 492
Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom


Thanks a lot for sharing, enjoyed watching it. Oh and the Sun is good for bringing freckles out smile.
Dec 23 12 01:00 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


Feverstockphoto wrote:
Thanks a lot for sharing, enjoyed watching it. Oh and the Sun is good for bringing freckles out smile.

Didn't know that. Interesting. Thanks.

Dec 23 12 01:15 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Mateusz Musielak
Posts: 37
Wrocław, Dolnośląskie, Poland


The Santa from Croatia has beaten the one from Finland this year wink

merry xmas y'all smile
Dec 23 12 03:24 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Pictus
Posts: 957
Teresópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Krunoslav-Stifter wrote:

Shhh. Who said that!?

I do not discriminate but I do enjoy retouching readheads. I have to admit.

LOL
I saw all the video now and like very much, you made her HOT, what a transformation.

Dec 23 12 04:11 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
George Thomson
Posts: 698
Concord, California, US


cool smile

Merry Christmas
Dec 23 12 08:08 pm  Link  Quote 
Digital Artist
Koray
Posts: 6,679
Ankara, Ankara, Turkey


good stuff smile
Dec 24 12 09:27 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Kristiana-Retouch
Posts: 287
London, England, United Kingdom


Thanks for sharing smile
Merry Christmas!
Dec 25 12 03:18 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Ken Fournelle
Posts: 99
Saint Paul, Minnesota, US


No split frequency to deal with blemishes etc?

k
Dec 25 12 08:50 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Retouch007
Posts: 403
East Newark, New Jersey, US


Lots of really good retouchers I know don't even know about or use freq separation. I have it as an action and I rarely if ever have used it (but you never know). I tried one time for wrinkles on clothes it did a good job but it's nothing you can't do with the regular tools.
Dec 25 12 10:33 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


Ken Fournelle wrote:
No split frequency to deal with blemishes etc?

k

It wouldn't help me in any way really.

I think SP is more popular her on this forum than anywhere else. I think you would be surprised how many people don't use it at all or don't know how. As Rigo (Rg Retouching) said... Not a bad thing to know and use but it's not something I need here, is all. smile

P.S.
Originally it was supposed be just 10 min video and I just kept doing this and that and this and before I knew it, I recorded 1:30 min. I did not intended to do anything that specific really so it turned quite spontaneous, real world kind of recording if you will. Hehehe.

Dec 25 12 11:19 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Ken Fournelle
Posts: 99
Saint Paul, Minnesota, US


I use FS routinely, but I can see where it may not be necessary or even helpful in many situations.  I like being able to heal on the LF layer, and the band stop option, plus painting on a clipped layer to the LF layer.  There are a lot of pixel roads to get where you are going I guess.

Also, many thanks, Kruno for sharing your expertise.  I learned some new things and reinforced what I am doing with D&B and my workflow.

K
Dec 26 12 04:09 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


Ken Fournelle wrote:
I use FS routinely, but I can see where it may not be necessary or even helpful in many situations.  I like being able to heal on the LF layer, and the band stop option, plus painting on a clipped layer to the LF layer.  There are a lot of pixel roads to get where you are going I guess.

Also, many thanks, Kruno for sharing your expertise.  I learned some new things and reinforced what I am doing with D&B and my workflow.

K

The beauty the curse of Ps is that it's so versatile, but at the end of the more than one road leads to Rome, sort of speak. smile

Dec 26 12 04:41 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Ca-retouching
Posts: 18
Webster, Texas, US


Thank you so much for taking the time for showing the video(learnt alote) I get really frustrated when go look up retouching vidoes THEY ARE TIME-lapse!! I'm sorry, I would rather have them show no video then that time lapsed video
I'm not a cheapsake, maybe there a few things I'm looking for.I dont want to pay for a whole video.Yes, I have spent some money on videos
Dec 26 12 04:55 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Anellia
Posts: 12
Sofia, Sofija grad, Bulgaria


Thank you for the tutorial! I like the advices in the introduction very much smile
Dec 27 12 12:39 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


Ca-retouching wrote:
Thank you so much for taking the time for showing the video(learnt alote) I get really frustrated when go look up retouching vidoes THEY ARE TIME-lapse!! I'm sorry, I would rather have them show no video then that time lapsed video

I don't like them either I have to agree. Especially when the music is very distracting and totally unbefitting. Some are good though but most are not.

Here are couple of the ones that I like. smile

http://tinyurl.com/d6blobd
http://tinyurl.com/bvslh3k

Dec 27 12 02:14 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
The Invisible Touch
Posts: 706
Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain


Really enjoyed your video Kruno!! Great!!
Dec 27 12 02:35 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Drew Smith Photography
Posts: 5,209
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom


Good grief.

I learned more in the last 4 hours of following along with this tutorial than I have in the last 4 months.

Can't thank you enough for posting this.

Merry Christmas.
Dec 27 12 09:15 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


The Invisible Touch wrote:
Really enjoyed your video Kruno!! Great!!
Drew Smith Photography wrote:
Good grief.

I learned more in the last 4 hours of following along with this tutorial than I have in the last 4 months.

Can't thank you enough for posting this.

Merry Christmas.

smile

Dec 27 12 09:27 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Rolando Garcia
Posts: 143
Asia, Lima Provincias, Peru


it's just what the people wants !! Really the best tutorial....
Dec 27 12 10:50 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Gareth_Edwards
Posts: 97
Kettering, England, United Kingdom


Krunoslav-Stifter wrote:

It wouldn't help me in any way really.

I think SP is more popular her on this forum than anywhere else. I think you would be surprised how many people don't use it at all or don't know how. As Rigo (Rg Retouching) said... Not a bad thing to know and use but it's not something I need here, is all. smile

A year ago, I would have said that frequency splitting was the single most important technique I'd learned in PS for quite some time....... however as useful as it occasionally is, I hardly find myself using it anymore. I'm trying to keep things more simple these days I guess.

Great vid Kruno!

Dec 31 12 08:48 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Krunoslav Stifter
Posts: 3,843
Santa Cruz, California, US


Gareth_Edwards wrote:

A year ago, I would have said that frequency splitting was the single most important technique I'd learned in PS for quite some time....... however as useful as it occasionally is, I hardly find myself using it anymore. I'm trying to keep things more simple these days I guess.

Great vid Kruno!

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." Leonardo da Vinci

Happy New Year! smile

Dec 31 12 09:12 am  Link  Quote 
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