How to remove harsh shadows from portraits in Photoshop

Harsh shadows on the face caused by lighting is a common mistake and it can ruin a photo.

The best way to not have harsh shadows is to avoid them entirely with good lighting.

The second best way is to use Photoshop. Warning, this is NOT an easy fix. There’s a reason Gina calls this the second-best option.

But don’t worry. In this tutorial, Gina takes you through it step by step.

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