Add Dimension to Skin with "Zones" in Photoshop

5/02/2021 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


In this tutorial, we will learn two ways to create depth and add a sense of shape to your portraits. This process is essential if the skin begins to look too flat or dull. In the first part of the lesson, we will use the Lumenzia Photoshop Panel to automatically create Zone Curves using Blend-If, which is going to help us easily take control of different zones of Luminosity.




In the second part of the lesson, we will learn how to do all of this manually, without the need for a Photoshop panel. We will use Curves and Blend-If, in general, to make it happen.

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