Complete Photoshop workflow for portrait photography: version 3.0 (PS actions download included)

Luca Foscili, Portrait photographer & retoucher

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15 Videos (1h 36m)
    • Intro

      2:23
    • Lightroom

      6:40
    • Workflow explanation

      11:23
    • Removal

      15:00
    • Noise reduction

      3:36
    • Sharpness

      3:17
    • Filters

      11:20
    • Local corrections

      8:34
    • Chromatic aberration

      4:48
    • Dodge and burn

      12:59
    • Export

      3:20
    • Conclusion

      4:59
    • Save as JPEG and export actions

      3:56
    • Load the actions and ZIP password

      2:22
    • Fixing the popup in the macro

      1:25

About This Class

Preliminary remarks: If you're a beginner, you should watch the following classes first:

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This class includes my new Photoshop workflow for portrait photography (summer 2017, version 3.0).

After some retouching work for a few clients, I noticed some flaws into my previous workflow (version 2.0): I needed more groups and new layers, also the actions for colors weren't really handy because they took too much time to load.

In this class I'll show you the complete workflow of post production in Photoshop using my newly created macro, which you can download from the project of this class.

IMPORTANT: Remember to leave a review and, if you have questions, feel free to ask me in the class' comments!

If you have any question contact me through my website, full support to my premium students is always guaranteed! :)

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Luca Foscili

Portrait photographer & retoucher

I'm Luca Foscili, an award winning photographer and retoucher specializing in portraits.

I'm from Italy and I started my professional photography career in early 2017.

Let's talk about what I teach on Skillshare.

By watching my classes you're going to learn my post production method, but I will also explain to you how the photo used as a base for the retouch was taken (which lens, which camera, light conditions, etc.).

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