High End Retouching training
You have a fashion shoot. How about the post production in Photoshop? There are many different styles of retouching. Fashion and advertising have unique retouching needs that differ from those in portrait photographs. High end, magazine quality retouching involves techniques and tricks that are needed for a professional look. Learn these techniques and closesly guarded secrets from Kristina Sherk (SharkPixel) who makes a living retouching for clients like Sports Illustrated, NPR and Hasselblad to name a few. In this intensive video training, you'll discover the techniques themselves, are easy to pick up. However the execution makes this video an invaluable part of your instructional library that will only grow in value the more times you watch it! This video contains over 5 hours of brand new sharp video.
All the lesson files are included, so you can follow along at your own pace! If you want your fashion photographs to look their very best, don't miss this training. Lessons Include Removing blemishes and other imperfections. Learn how to get nice smooth skin without losing texture! Cleaning up hair around the models face. Evening Tone: Reshape the models bone structure. Variations in skin color. Clean up your models eyes; The natural way! Adding digital makeup. Smooth out lines and ridges with the liquify tool. Retouching hands: Techniques that aren't covered in regular training. Out of the (dialog) box sharpening techniques.
Great photo retouchers are ghost artists. The viewer rarely has any idea the amount of work that goes into making a picture after the photographer has clicked the shutter. And that is way it's supposed to be. Kristina Sherk, studied digital art and photography at Elon University in North Carolina and then interned and assisted for DC-based photographer John Harrington where she learned the business behind the art. Since she was a photographer before she started retouching nine years ago, not only does she understand her role as a retoucher, but she also understands the aim and vision of the photographers she works with (in other words; 'she speaks camera'). She also makes certain always to stay within their photography style. Her clients hail from all over the world and include National Public Radio, Sports Illustrated, Time, Inc., XM Satellite Radio, onOne Software, Cotton Inc. and Hasselblad USA.