Retouching

Retouching

You can fix minor blemishes or swap out entire backgrounds and colours. Retouching is a photographer's secret weapon.

How to retouch teeth Part C: Photoshop

This is Gina's preferred method of teeth retouching for covers and editorial shoots, particularly when working with tight headshots where you can see lots of detail.
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How to retouch teeth Part B: Photoshop

This is Gina's preferred method of teeth retouching for covers and editorial shoots, particularly when working with tight headshots where you can see lots of detail.
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How to use the Liquify tool in Photoshop

The Liquify tool is a powerful Photoshop feature best known for slimming bulging waistlines, but it's so much more versatile than that.
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How to remove dark circles in Photoshop

Learn how to remove dark circles or pigmentation without making your portrait look retouched.
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How to correct uneven skin tones using Photoshop

Learn how to use the Hue Saturation adjustment mask in Photoshop to adjust uneven skin tone.
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How to remove stubble in Photoshop

This handy technique removes stubble from faces, arms, legs, chest or underarms.
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How to swap eyes in Photoshop

Swapping eyes in Photoshop is a useful technique when a rogue blink ruins your perfect shot.
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How to remove stretch marks using Photoshop

Learn how to reduce the colour and appearance of stretch marks using this two-step technique in Photoshop.
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