PERFECT EYES with Photoshop Neural Filters

12/01/2021 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


So often it's the small things we do that make the BIG difference. In this video Glyn Dewis
 takes you through a photo shoot of a female surfer and how Photoshop was used to quickly and easily change the direction of the surfer's eyes; a small change that made a BIG difference to the final image.



We kick off by doing a quick edit on the picture using the new Selections and Masking in Lightroom to bring the sky and the sea to life.

Want to dive straight in? 

The Photo Shoot ... 0:31
Selections and Masking in Lightroom ... 2:02
Changing Eye Direction with Phoshop ... 5:47

Behind the Scenes / Making of (Female Surfer Photo Shoot) Blog Post: glyndewis.com/blog/female-surfer

Camera Settings for the Photo Shoot: 
  • ISO 50 
  • 85mm 
  • f/2.0 
  • 1/2500 sec (Flash using High-Speed Sync)


About Glyn Dewis:


My name’s Glyn Dewis and I’m currently based just outside of Oxford, UK.
As a Photographer, Educator and Best Selling Author, this space on the internet is where I share all things Photography and Post Production (Retouching) with the sole purpose of Educating and Inspiring others to reach their full creative potential through my articles, tutorials, videos and books.Check out my Latest Book Available on Amazon:The Photoshop Layers and Selections Workshop: https://amzn.to/2U2Gjgx

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Text, image and video via Glyn Dewis


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