Hi this is a before and after i done a while back . I left a shadow under her right eye for a realistic feel :) . I have a beauty editorial coming out bext month so i will show some befor and afters when it is released. I'm no pro and have loads left to learn.
Natural Light Portrait
Canon 5D Mark IV, Macro 100mm F/2.8, F/9, 1/160s, iso 100 5600K
Hey guys, I have been working on editing in Photoshop and Lightroom. This edit took me about 45 minutes, what do you guys think. Anything I ca improve on?
This was a project of mine. We did two shoots, this one with me in it and then another day we did it again in the same location but with models.
Ring Photography - Wedding Details
Canon 5D Mark IV, 100mm F/2.8, F/16, 1/160s, iso 100
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An example of retouching on my photo. Request for photo retouching or to ask questions email@example.com
It's been a cold, rainy day - we typically suffer through 3 winters in the South before spring truly arrives and everything is painted yellow with pollen - so I had to bring the outside in. Our yard is overrun with wisteria vines that started to bloom after the 2nd winter, and I snatched this twig so I'd have something to shoot.
1$ Dollar Lighting - 6 Lights Setup
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I found it beside a hiking trail and it was about 3 feet high probably :v
As a hobby photographer, I sometimes lose my motivation to take pictures. However, from time to time, I like using my old pictures and finding new ways to retouch them. It is a time-consuming process, but at the end, I feel I have learned a lot.
I have recently tried using Lightroom on my iPad but didn’t realise everything was being converted to JPG instead of staying in RAW. Now that I’m home from my trip, I want to copy my edits from the JPG files (which have sync’d to my PC) to the RAW files rather than redo them.
Is there a way to have the “Develop” pane open on a second...
Let's share our experiences on retouching and let each other learn.
Also, share your best retouch if you like to show off!
I go first...
I had a request to get a decent photo of this bottle and all I had was an iphone at the time. It took a bit of work in photoshop but even a phone can take good photos.
Hi guys, just want to share... portrait retouching with Adobe camera raw only (no PS)... just wanted to challenge myself if I can do it... ^_^
and yes I can (or it can be done) but my laptop couldn't handle the file in the long run (file gets really heavy the more you use clone/heal and brush...
My wife is the reason I took photography as a hobby. I can spend hours retouching one of her photos, and it is always rewarding.