04. Retouch beauty Part 3

In this Photoshop class professional retoucher Viktor Fejes shows how minor adjustments can have a big impact as he continues with the beauty retouch from the previous classes, revealing a number of exciting new insights into professional retouching.

In this class he shows you a number of different techniques for retouching skin, focussing on achieving beautiful, even skin tones by evening out highlights and shadows and balancing hue, saturation and luminance.

Using a number of different tools, this class will teach you how to use visual aid layers to identify imperfections and demonstrate how small adjustments can go a long way in enhancing the overall quality of the image.

NOTE: You can download the visual aid layers used in this class from our Downloads section.

In this Photoshop class we cover the following:

  • How to retouch a beauty image
  • How to retouch skin
  • Understanding hue, saturation and luminance
  • How to adjust color tones
  • How to correct saturation differences in an image
  • Using layers and layer masks
  • How to balance shadows and highlights

To see the initial stages of this retouch please watch Part 1 and Part 2.

If you have any questions about this class, please post in the comment section below.

NOTE: This class is available with English subtitles.

Comments

    1. Hi Rayon, please could you let us know where you feel he’s missed something as we’ve not heard this before and we would like the opportunity to address your concerns, could you please give us the timecode of when in the video, thank you. Also the action to create and open all of the layers used is available to download from our downloads section.

      1. Hi Karl, thanks for feedback. I believe the error was on my side. I watched it again and it looks ok. I probably somehow skipped time. My apology for that. However I think some photographers would like to see tutorial time/efficiency method if possible. Thank you.

  1. Hi karl. I know youre giving the actions as a part of the course but I would like to know how to make them myself, is that ok?
    I mean the hue adjustment layer and so on..
    thank you in advance

  2. Vicktor sounds like RollSafe, I love it. Best Tuts I’ve ever seen too. Thank you so much for this KT. Well worth the purchase price.

  3. Great video, some of this was beyond overkill at one point. I’m on a 4k monitor and couldn’t see many of the changes he was making.

  4. My $2000 ( LG 38UC99-W) monitor has a terribly hard time picking up those subtle hue and saturation changes on the video. Eizo upgrade in the future.. Good video, thanks guys!

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