Highlights that glow can be a great way to give your portraits and beauty work some pop, but there is a fine line between skin looking dewy and just straight oily. Shiny skin can be overwhelming to an image, but when faced with that problem you don't have to scrap the shot. In this quick video, photographer Joe Edelman shows us a quick and easy fix for controlling that shiny skin using Photoshop.
Naturally it is always ideal to get things right in camera, but the reality is that sometimes that is just not feasible. There are many situations in which you may find yourself facing skin that is just too overly shiny. Having this little trick in your back pocket can help you control that distracting element and turn your portraits into pleasing images.
This is not the only way to achieve these results but it is quick and effective. If you've had a chance to test it out let us know how it worked for you!