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Eyes

Perfect Eyes Photoshop and Lightroom Plugin

December 29, 2016

  In this video I take an image into Perfect Eyes and then Perfectly Clear for a little retouching. Perfect Eyes if FREE until 1st January 2017, you can download it here. Huge thanks to Jemma [More]

Add a Subtle Punch to Eyes in Photoshop

September 9, 2013

In this video I add punch in such a way that you might first think that its counter intuitive. Subtlety is the key here. This technique is based on a tutorial I saw many years ago by retoucher extraordinaire, Dave Ceurdon. [More]

Use Photoshop to Subtly Retouch Eyes

November 12, 2012

In this video I’ll demonstrate a very easy, yet highly effective way of bringing your subjects eyes ‘to life’ using nothing more than a couple of brushes and a mask in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. [More]

Quick and Easy Eyes in Photoshop

October 26, 2011

Hi Folks, For this month’s tutorial I thought I’d put together a short video showing you a couple of quick and easy techniques that I regularly use to both Brighten and Colour eyes. As [More]

Getting Dramatic Eyes with Photoshop

May 25, 2011

We can use the eyes to focus attention onto what we want the viewer to look at, by emphasising the eyes we encourage the focal point. In this tutorial we will be adding shadows and changing the colour of the eyes, to give it a more fantasy / mystical feel. [More]

Editing Eyes in Lightroom

October 20, 2010

One of the things I love about Lightroom is the flexibility of the Adjustment brushes. Most people know how to dodge or burn an area of the photo with these adjustment brushes but are maybe unaware [More]

The 5 min Photoshop Retouch

July 22, 2010

There are few things i hate more than a snapshot of myself….my nose looks large, my eyes are non-existent, and my face is round.  Snapshots don’t usually get the pro retouch…but I [More]

Retouching Technique in Restoration

June 9, 2010

The Restorationist Janine Smith is never short of an idea or two when it comes to bringing life back into an old photograph. Here she takes inspiration from a technique that is most commonly used in [More]