Monthly Archives: February 2018

Antique Look Bride Portrait with PortraitPro Body 2

beforeandafterCheck out the tutorial below to see how easy it is to create a stunning antique look to your Bride Portrait’s.Untitled-8Open up your image in PortraitPro Body and mark up the body.Untitled-6Once you have marked up adjust the Shape Sliders to suit your image.Untitled-7 Under the Picture tab move up the Black and White slider to around 1/3, Sepia up just a little and Contrast to suit your image.

 

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It really is that simple!

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Easy Spot Removal Tutorial with PortraitPro 17 – Man Edition

beforeandafterRemoving spots can be tricky as it can very easily get overdone and look pretty obvious. With PortraitPro 17 it is super easy and fast, check out the tutorial below.Untitled-1Open you image up in PortraitPro 17.Untitled-2 Click on Spot Removal under the Skin Smoothing tab and select the strength, it will depend on your image. Though you don’t want to go too far or you will lose some of the skins texture.Untitled-3 Zoom in on your image and click the Touch Up button on the top centre. In sections touch up the spots that are still visible.Untitled-4Remember to zoom back out often to check you haven’t overdone it.shutterstock_429340234_pp

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Minimal Make up Tutorial with PortraitPro 17

before and after  Check out the tutorial below on how to get a minimal make up look with PortraitPro 17.

Untitled-1 Open your image up in PortraitPro 17.Untitled-2 Under the Face Sculpt tab slider more the Master Slider down just a little bit.Untitled-3 Under the Skin Smoothing reduce the Master Slider nearly all the way down, it only needs to be on slightly.Untitled-4 Under the Skin Lighting and Coloring tab more the Modeling slider to what best suits your image.Untitled-5 For Make up tab only move the Lipstick slider up a little to give the lips more color to them, change the color if needed and the Texture.Untitled-6 Under the Hair tab increase the Vibrance slider.Untitled-7Click the Background tab and Create Mask.Untitled-8Chose your new background and adjust the Background sliders if needed.

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Male Portrait With PortraitPro 17

 

before and after2Editing Male Portraits with PortaitPro couldn’t be easier, check out the tutorial below.

Untitled-1 Open your portrait up in PortraitPro 17.Untitled-2 Under the Face Sculpt tab move the Master Slider down. The only sliders that need to be on is the Head Forward and the Eyes Widening slider if like the picture above the eyes need widening a little.Untitled-3Under the next tab, Skin Smoothing move the Master Slider down to 0 and adjust the sliders to suit your image, the image above has quite a few wrinkles around the eyes so the Around Eyes sliders are on.Untitled-4 Under Skin Lighting and Coloring turn off the Smokey Eyes slider and reduce the Modeling Slider.Untitled-5 For the Eyes tab leave as it is or Reduce the Master Slider a little if needed.Untitled-6 Under the Hair tab turn up the Vibrance slider.Untitled-7 For the Picture tab, increase the Vibrance if like above your portrait looks a little dull in color.Untitled-8 Under the Background tab click Create Mask, the software will then  identify the background for you.

Click Background Image and then Select New Background.Untitled-9Chose your new Background and adjust the Auto Color as needed and the Adjust Background if needed.

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