Creating Fake Highlights with Photoshop
Now of course there’s nothing better than getting things right ‘in camera’ but when it comes to the lighting, what are you supposed to do after the fact when you maybe want to add some highlights or even tweak those that are already there? Well here’s a technique for doing just that…for adding in or tweaking highlights, and it’s one I tend to use on a fairly regular basis when putting together composites; however it’s also a technique that can be used in any image and what’s more it’s quick and easy to apply.
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Great tip Glyn – did not even think of using layer styles in this way.
Good job – keep up the good work.
Thanks for that; glad you like it 🙂