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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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LandscapePro 2 Mountains Holiday Tutorial

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Do your holiday snaps leave something to be desired? With LandscapePro you can bring out the best in your photos in just minutes. Check out the tutorial below.Untitled-2Open your image up in LandscapePro, and label your image.Untitled-1To start click on the Sky tab and pick your sky replacement, this Sky is called Clear Noon. Untitled-9Under the Lighting Brushes tab, chose 3D and Lighten and select an area or two that you want lightened a bit.Untitled-5For the Whole Picture tab chose the Contrast Preset with the slider at about 50%.Untitled-6 Under the Water tab chose Improver and more the slider down to about 25%.Untitled-7For the Grass tab chose Improver with the slider about half way.Untitled-8Under the Building tab chose Contrast Preset about about 1/3 on the Slider.shutterstock_782355430

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Improve your Holiday Photos with PortraitPro 17

before andafterSometimes you don’t always get the background quite right when you take your holiday portraits. You can easily change your background to a best out of your holiday snaps, check out the tutorial below.Untitled-4 Open your image up in PortraitPro 17.Untitled-5Move the Master Slider down in the Face Sculpt tab, it doesn’t need to be very high if on at all. The Lens Correct slider needs to be on.Untitled-6Turn all  the Sliders off under Skin Smoothing depending on your portrait.Untitled-7Under the Skin Lighting and Coloring tab reduce the Modeling lighting, if your background is going to be outside in daylight you don’t want the Modeling Slider on.Untitled-8  Under the Makeup tab and can touch up your makeup if needed.Untitled-10Click on the Background Tab and Create Mask button, the software will identify the background though you can adjust the mask if needed. Untitled-11Click Background image and then New Background Image, choosing your new Background image.

Under the Auto Color tab you can adjust the colors in the Background and Foreground to match.shutterstock_785253691_pp

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New Years Eve Ball with PortraitPro Body 2

before and afterA New Years Ball is a great time to get a full length portrait of you in your floor length dress. But sometimes the angle isn’t quite right, no need to spend ages trying to get the perfect angle to make your waist looking just right, you can correct this easily in PortraitPro Body, check out the tutorial below.Untitled-2Open your image up in PortraitPro Body and mark up the body, click Finish with Mark Up when done.STEP 1 Click on the lines and drag them to reshap Move both arms in slightly and the shoulder if needed.STEP 2 Click and drag in the waist of both slides, only slightly.STEP 3You can leave the Portrait there or you can click on the Picture tab and increase the Contrast and Recover Exposure sliders.

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The Perfect Winter Landscape in Seconds with Smart Photo Editor

before and afterTrying to get the perfect winter snow landscape can be tricky but check out the tutorial below to see how to improve your landscape. (Click on image to see bigger).Untitled-1 Open your photo up in Smart Photo Editor.Untitled-2 Click on the Effects Gallery button on the top right and click the effect called Darken, you can search for this in the search bar is it isn’t visible.

Reduce the Master Slider nearly all the way down and click OK when you are happy.Untitled-3Click on the Effects Gallery button and find the effect Pop, once again reduce the Master Slider down, this time so it is hardly on but you can see the difference. You can leave your Landscape here or  look at the next step below.image 4Click on the Effects Gallery button and chose the effect Darken and Improve.

Now you just have to save your photo and the session so you can come back to it later if needed.

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Touch Up Spots in Seconds with PortraitPro 17

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Removing Spots without taking away the skin’s texture can be hard but PortraitPro keeps the skin’s texture whilst completely removing the spots. Check out the tutorial below.Untitled-7Open your image up in PortraitPro, click the Presets tab and select Reset to Original.Untitled-8 Click the Touch Up button at the top of the screen. Adjust the size and strength.Untitled-9Zooming in on the face start going over the problem areas. If you over do it just click the Restore button or Undo.before and after

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The Perfect Black and White Portrait with PortraitPro 17

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Turning your portraits into Black and White can look amazing but trying to get the perfect settings can be tricky.

PortraitPro 17 has 5 different Black and White Presets that you can them adjust to fit your exact needs, check out the tutorial below to see how quick and easy this is.

Untitled-1 Open your image up in PortraitPro.Untitled-2Click on the Preset tab and click Reset to Original. Untitled-3 Scroll down to Picture (still under the Presets tab) and find the Black and White presets, pick which one suits your image best. Untitled-4 This image is with Preset 4.

Select the Controls tab and go down to Picture. Untitled-5Adjust the sliders to suit your photo, click to open up all the sliders under Tone Curve.

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Easily Change Bright Lipstick Colors with PortraitPro 17 Tutorial

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Check out the tutorial below to see how easy it is to change a bright lipstick color in PortraitPro.

Untitled-14Open up your image up in PortraitPro and check that the lips are fully covered in the mark up.Untitled-12 Click over the the Preset Tab and select Reset to Original.Untitled-13Under  the Makeup Tab turn up the Lipstick slider, select your new chosen color, the slider just above shades how dark or light the color will appear. Increase the Shine and Coverage sliders to your personal preference.

Changing the lipstick is so easy and has a massive effect to the end result.

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How to Change Your Background in PortraitPro 17 Tutorial

Untitled-10We have just launched our latest version on PortraitPro so to celebrate we thought we would give you a tutorial on one of the new features of PortraitPro 17.

Changing the Background is new to PP17 its simple and easy to do check out the tutorial below:

Untitled-4 After you have already edited your portrait, click to the Background tab and click Create Mask.Untitled-5 PortraitPro then masks the background for you.Untitled-6Next click Background Image button.Untitled-7 Select New Background Image.Untitled-8 Click on Select Image, you can pick one of the preloaded backgrounds or chose your own.Untitled-9This background is one that comes in the software.

Now your final image just needs saving, don’t forget to save the session as well if case you want to come back and edit more.

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Create Stunning Black and White Landscapes with LandscapePro 2

before and after smallCreating beautiful black and white landscapes is super easy with LandscapePro, check out the tutorial below.Untitled-1Open the photo in LandscapePro.Untitled-2  Label the photo, you only need to label things once.

Click the Continue button when finished.Untitled-3The software does a great job of identifying marking up the image.4 All that needs to be done is to click the Smart Brush button on the left and go along to horizon line where the sand meets the sky. The Smart Brush correctly identifies the areas.

Click Continue when finished, then adjust the Horizon Line is needed and click Continue again.Untitled-4 Under the Tab Global Presets, click on Black and White 2.Untitled-5 Next under the Whole Picture Tab click Desaturate and Contrast, adjusting the slider as needed.Untitled-6Under the Sand Tab click Improver and leave the slider all the way up.Untitled-16Now going back and tweaking the image click on the Depth tab and click on the Subtle preset, lowering the slider down to about a third.

Now all that’s left to do is save your image.

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