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Tools for Matching Skin Tones in Photoshop

8/09/2014 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

When photographing people you will often notice the skin tone on their face is slightly different from their body. This is due to many factors including makeup, sun tan, blush, skin quality and light quality. If you have never noticed a difference in color look again, it may surprise you.

Matching skin tone from one area to another can be rather tricky if you don't analyze color first. In this episode we show you how to analyze skin color from highlights through shadows. Then we show you how to change mid-tones shadows and highlights to match face color to body color. You will be able to use these techniques on most portraits.

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