Doing decades photo shoots can be really fun and glamorous and with PortraitPro you can make your images look even better within minutes.
Open your image in PortraitPro, the software will identity the face and have a pretty accurate mark up, You can move the mark up dots to make it as accurate as possible to get the best results.
Once you have adjusted the mark up, chose the Preset Glamorous on the top of the right hand side. This does most of the work for you, leaving you to just make your own personal preference tweaks to the images.
I reduce the sharpness of the eyes a very small amount.
I also change the color of lipstick, red was a very popular color for lipstick in the 1940s, but due to the softness of my image due to her outfit I have gone for a pink color instead.
Simply chose your preference shade for the selection, it is important to make sure your lips are marked up accurately, it is simply if they aren’t quite right. You can change the mark up on the left hand image at any time.
Next I change the color of the hair, as auburn hair was a popular color back then.
To do this, under the hair settings, click the View/edit Hair Area button. All the hair should appear pink, go over any bits that aren’t selected and click OK.
Click through all the hair colors selecting the colors, that you like before deciding on your final color.
The last change that I make to the image is under Picture Controls, I move the Vibrance slider up to full on this setting, this make the colors move in line with what you would get in the 1940s.
This took hardly anytime and you can really see the improvement in the image, and with Studio Max you can batch process them to save even more time.
To try this out for yourself, download a free trial of PortraitPro now.