When you're retouching a group of photos, it's important to have consistency in the end product. You don't want to process different images in different ways—when you show your work to a client, you want all the images to look as if they belong together. You also don't want to overdo the retouching, or spend too long working on a single photo.
So in this short video tutorial, I'll show you how to visualize your work in advance and form a plan of action before you begin retouching a group of photos. I'll also cover how to strike a balanced approach to your workflow, so that photos meant to be shown together are retouched to the same level.
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In the full course, Everyday Portrait Retouching, you'll learn the most effective, efficient, and tasteful ways to retouch traditional portraits and everyday photos. We'll cover some general principles of photo retouching, as well as going through specific techniques, such as:
- correcting common skin imperfections
- teeth whitening
- removing stray hairs
- removing braces
- correcting red eye
- adjusting makeup
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