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Correcting Snow Portraits with PortraitPro 17

before andafter Snow can really add to your pictures but you don’t want to lose the richness of the colors, PortraitPro can bring it back in a few simple steps. Check out the tutorial below.Untitled-9 Once your image is open adjust the Face sculpt and Skin Smoothing to your liking.

Under Skin Lighting & Coloring adjust the Modeling and Fix Lighting to get the lighting on the face right if needed.Untitled-10Under the Eyes tab make sure the Clean Eyes slider is on just a little bit and the Whitening Area slider.Untitled-11Under the Picture Slider reduce the Smart Contrast, for this image it is all the way down but it will depend on your image.

You will notice the instant improvement in your photo.shutterstock_684221584_pp

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Creating Christmas Portraits with PortraitPro 17

shutterstock_743849866_ppAdding some festivity to your portraits this Christmas couldn’t be easier with PortraitPro 17’s new background editing feature. Check out the tutorial below.

Give your clients a selection of backgrounds to chose from, there will be something for everyone. Untitled-6 Once you have edited all the faces in your portrait click the Background tab and Create Mask.Untitled-7 Adjust the background mask if needed.Untitled-8 Click Background Image and New Background Image.Untitled-9Click Select Image and chose your chosen background, then click Auto Color to adjust if needed.

before and afterTo find out how super easy it is to change the background in PortraitPro download your free trial today!

 

 

Fitness Professional Portraits Tutorial with PortraitPro 17

before and afterProfessional Portraits are a great thing to offer as a Professional Photographer, with every company these days having their own website, they are in need of professional photographs where they know it or not.

Having professional photographs really shines through on websites, check out the tutorial below to see how you can create Fitness Professional Portraits in minutes.

Untitled-1 Open your image up in PortraitPro 17.Untitled-2 Click on the Face Sculpt tab, reduce the master slider all the way down .Untitled-3 Under the Skin Smoothing tab, reduce the Master Slider all the way down. Adjust the Remove Shine Slider as needed.Untitled-4 Turn off the Makeup tab and click the Background tab>Create Mask.Untitled-5 The software will mask the background for you, change id needed then click the Background Image tab.Untitled-6 Click New Background Image and select your new background.Untitled-10Click the Auto Color tab and adjust the two sliders to where the image looks it’s best.

Your professional portrait is now ready to save.

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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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Halloween Inspired Portrait Tutorial

 

 

smallCheck out the tutorial below to see our Halloween inspired tutorial.Untitled-7Open your image up in PortraitPro, the model shouldn’t be smiling as this will ruin the effect. Adjust the mark up if needed.Untitled-6Click on the Makeup tab and apply lipstick, zoom in on the face to check the mark up of the lips to check they will be fully covered. Click on the color swatch and select a dark red/purple. Adjust the Coverage and Shine sliders to where you are happy with the look.Untitled-11Under the Picture tab click the Crop button.

Once you have finished click on the Background tab.Untitled-3The software will identify the background for you, but if there isn’t much difference like in this picture you might have to go round the edges.

Click on Smart Foreground and hover it over the outlines and click if there is something that needs to be added.Untitled-9Under Background Image select New Background Image and select the your new background.

Click here for the tutorial for the Spooky House Image.Untitled-10The last step is to adjust the Foreground and Background to get your image just right.

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Relighting Your Portraits with PortraitPro 17

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Relighting your photos can be tricky but PortraitPro makes it so easy.

Check out the tutorials below to see some of the lighting looks you can achieve.

 

Low Lighting Tutorialdark lighting lookTo get the low light look for your images, click on the Picture tab.

Exposure – up high

Brightness – a little up

Smart Contrast – down to around -60

Vibrance – a little up

Vignette – Click the arrow so you can see all the options. For these play around to get it right. You want to make sure it keep the face light whilst creating a gradual darkness to the rest of the image.dark lighting look part 2

 

Click on the Skin Lighting and Coloring tab. Move and resize the lighting disk to get the look of low lighting.

dark lighting final image smallThe Low Light Look is now done, all you need to do is save your image and save this as a Snapshot incase you want to go back.

 

High Light Tutorial

high light lighting For high light look you need to have a high brightness so the first step is to click on the Skin Lighting and Coloring tab, widen the Lighting Disk and move so that it hits the face on the side.high lighting pictureNext under the Picture tab:

Reduce the Temperature just a little.

Increase the Brightness.

Turn the Vignette on just slightly and move the Radius slider about half way.

high lightsmallYour High Light Look is now ready to be saved.

 

Noir Lighting Tutorial

band wClick the Presets tab and go down to Picture. Select Black and White 4.noir pictureClick the Custom Tab at the top and go down to the picture tab.

Reduce the Exposure a little.

Reduce the Smart Contrast.

Reduce the Tone Curve a little.

Increase the Vignette slider nearly all the way up and the Radius slider about half way.

Increase the Hardness nearly all the way up, to about 80.

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Noir Lighting Look is now finished.

 

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Transform Your Dull Old Portraits with PortraitPro 17

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Everyone has photos that looked washed out and dull, so they are tidied away into a cupboard and kept on a computer never to see daylight.

Well the time has come to change this, PortraitPro allows you to transform your old dull photos.

Check out the tutorial below to see how to transform your dull washed out photos and make them pop within minutes.Untitled-1Open your image up in PortraitPro 17, check the mark up is correct, adjusting if necessary.Untitled-2Click over to the Presets Tab and click on Standard.Untitled-3Click back over to Controls Tab, and go down to Skin Smoothing Tab. Move the Master Slider all the way down to 0.Untitled-5 Click on the Skin Lighting and Coloring Tab and move the light source around to find the best angle. Untitled-4The last change to make to the picture is under the Picture Tab, move the Temperature slider up slightly and reduce the Smart Contrast tab.

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Brand New Background Controls with PortraitPro 17

“I love this product! My business and my customers have benefited greatly from PortraitPro.” – Michael Thelen, PortraitPro User.

Introducing the new Background Editing tool, available for the first time in PortraitPro 17. Now there’s no need to keep switching between applications to edit or replace the background of your portrait.

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Changing Hair Color Tutorial

Changing the hair color with PortraitPro is a breeze, check out the tutorial below to find out how quick and easy it is and the great results!Untitled-1Open you image up in PortraitPro.Untitled-2 Click to Reset to Original option under Presets.Untitled-7Click on the Hair tab and the on View/Edit Hair Area button.Untitled-3Some of the hair is already selected so you just need to select the rest of the hair. Untitled-4 Change the size of the brush using the Brush slider to select smaller strands of hair.Untitled-2 Click OK when finished.Untitled-4 Move the Hair Recolor Slider.Untitled-8Click on the hair color box and flick through the different colors.Untitled-5Once you have picked a hair shade you like click on it and the color will be applied.Untitled-12Adjust the sliders until you are happy with the result.

With this image Hair Tidying mode is not needed but if it is all you do is click the Go To Hair Tidying Mode button and adjust the sliders.

Save your image and your session encase you want to go back and edit later.

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