05. Retouch beauty Part 4

Viktor explores contrast and local contrast control, hair retouching, final skin considerations, B&D and the hue, luminace and saturation control. The beauty retouch also undergoes final retouching for the eyes and lips and Viktor reveals the key consideration to produce professional results.

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  1. Thank you for this excellent tutorial!
    I have a question:
    As Viktor explained during Saturation adjustments: Dodging and Burning with curves [done previously] are likely to change saturation.
    Why not put these Curve layers [Dodge and Burn Curves] in Lightness mode? [For as far as I know they will not influence saturation then…]

    1. Hi Peter, yes that would be a solution although I’ve not tested it, I do mention in another tutorial somewhere on here that I change the blend mode to ‘Luminosity’ to also avoid the problem. Regards Karl.

  2. Ahh! that’s what I meant! Luminosity. [I’m Dutch with a Dutch Photoshop version; I translated “Lichtsterkte” [the last mode in the row on the bottom] the wrong way…
    Sorry about the confusion.

  3. These are unbelievably good lessons in advance photoshop work. I have watched them at least three times as there is a ton of information and work flow suggestions to absorb. At first it was intimidating, but after working with it for awhile, it’s flows and it certainly results in a KILLER image. Thank you Karl and to Viktor for sharing.

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