Editing Video Edit Babys Eye Closed

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When I first started working Photoshop into my workflow I was a NUT. I went crazy with every effect I could muster to digitally enhance my images. It didn’t take me long to pull back and start to work towards a more natural look to my photography.

*You may also decide to slightly extend the eyelashes by changing your brush size to roughly 5px and running the burn tool along the length of the lashes. I rarely do this, but it can add a more dramatic pop for fashion pics.

Stay away for the thin, darker, perimeter of the iris and the pupil.

Brush Size: Varies depending on the size of the eye. Brush Hardness: 5-10% Brush Range: Shadows Exposure: no greater than 15%

3. Select the burn tool and darken the perimeter of the iris and the pupil.* I generally set the tool as follows:

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For the most part, I’m asking myself this question any time I’m processing a photograph: “Ten years from now, will this effect still look good? ” If the answer is no, and you’d like an image that will stand the test of time, well then back off a bit. If the answer is no and you want an image that stands boldly in the here and now then by all means keep rolling.

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Natalie Says: “less is almost always more in post processing.”

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Brush Size: Varies depending on the size of the eye. Brush Hardness: 10% Range: Midtones Exposure: 20%

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1. Duplicate the background layer and rename it ‘Natalie’s Eye Pop’ (of course).

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Before we wrap up this little tutorial, I’d like to introduce a quick Natalie-ism in regards to post processing. This is called a Natalie-ism for a reason, it’s MY opinion and the way I personally roll, but you are free to take it or leave it as suits your fancy.

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Editing Video Edit Babys Eye Closed