Finally, real retouching is possible from within Lightroom. Join Colin Smith, as he shows you how to use the new healing brush in Lightroom for some powerful retouching and clean up work.
Many people use Photoshop for retouching. For high end retouching and extensive work, this is still the way to go. However, you can accomplish a lot of retouching in Lightroom. That’s right, you heard correctly, Lightroom is capable of doing to pretty good, fast retouching. This is perfect for situations where you have a ton of photos, such as events and weddings. You can easily retouch blemishes, pimple, even wrinkles. Just make sure that you don’t overdo it and make the people look artificial or worse, unrecognizable.
A couple of quick rules of thumb for retouching people.
Have fun with this, and if you want more in depth training on retouching, we have some awesome stuff here at photoshopCAFE.
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