Quick and easy to follow video tutorial to share today on my YouTube channel highlighting a process I use on the majority of my images.
This two-minute retouching step gives that waxy, painterly look to skin which really fits well with my style and works perfectly with fine art portrait images in general.
There’s an added bonus here too, as it also has a skin smoothing effect.
Use it at the end of the skin retouching/frequency separation stage of your workflow to get the best results.
Have fun with the technique and be sure to let me know how you get on with it.
I’m a fine art portrait photographer based in Tamworth, Staffordshire. Specialising in creative and styled portraiture, fitness photography, headshots, family portraits and personal branding for you, for actors, for athletes and for business professionals alike.
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