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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to create the best baby photographs.
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How to Create the Best Baby photographs in Photoshop All right, here I have my image of Alexandria from the shoot we just did and this looks pretty good to begin with in my opinion. I’m simply just going to be probably adjust the contrast and the levels of it and maybe just do a softening and I think I’ll be all set. Okay so the first thing you need to do is I am going to do a defog and I’m just going to find my defog action here. Here we go, just like that and that prompted up kind of nice as you can see and I’m actually going to go into my levels and just kind of just drop down just a bit. Now you need the clone stamp on lighten mode and probably around 22 opacity and then I’m just going to come in and get a little scratch there and I’m going to just remove that and on here and it’s got a little bit of bruise here, just quick and dirty. Now I’ll take my clone stamp on darken and I’m just going to try on the nose. It’s got a little bit of white speck there and just glow over. Now, I’m going to take my dodge tool and under mid tones and again a little opacity around 23. I am just going to dodge the eyes and just a bit and it’s going to break in the weights and I’m going to go in again to the darken mode and I’m going to just clone that out just a bit. Now, I’m going to run my hodgy soft action to see what we get. Just let that suck her up and we hit continue and we see here I’m just going to bring it up and I’m going to go right and smooth. I can always bring back the details and maybe just a little more and we’ll start with that, hit okay. Let it run and I’m going to bring this slider all the way back over and about there because I’m going to bring back quite a bit with the history brush here. Thanks for showing me that. Now, I’m going to come back in the good old 100% and go over the eyes and I start with the eyes and I start with the mouth and then I will go around say 40% and I’m just going to go over the whole thing and again take a bit of a smaller brush, come over the cheeks of it. Now, I am going to go into my curves and I’m going to take the white point dropper and I am going to click it right up here in the top corner and it’s just going to brighten everything up I know that and just like that. And I’m going to face a back of it just to see. Now I can just go in here just give it a little bit, just like that because I don’t’ want to blow it too much of the highlight. I’m going to go just like that. Great! Now, I think I’m going to add a pin stripe and I’m going to take a color from their skin tone. Actually, I’m going to a pink and I will get a nice pink and let’s go try point two. We have to hit a relative box and we’ll go width the three inches and three inches and I’m going to bring my logo in here so I’m going to find my logo, I know I have in here. I have it as a layered here so now I can simply take my move tool, click on my layer and just drag it in there and by holding my control key down and clicking on that layer or highlight it all and then I can just use my paint brush and paint it in the same way. Now I want to center that so I’m going to go to view and new guide and I’m going to type in 50% so I know exactly where the middle is and slide thereof and you know what I’m going to actually go in and get a little bit of contrast. I’ll flatten it and I’ll be done. There you have it pretty quick and simple.