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Tutorial of Bad Skin and Background Change with PortraitPro 17

blonde bad skin Check out the tutorial below to see how to perfect skin and change the background.Untitled-1 Open your image up in PortraitPro,Untitled-2 Click the Touch Up button in the middle of the top, and go over the spots and problem areas.Untitled-3 Under the Skin Smoothing tab increase the Spot Removal.Untitled-4Click the Makeup tab and chose your makeup.Untitled-5 Under the Hair tab click View/Edit Hair Mask and check that all the hair is covered.Untitled-6 You can pick to recolor the hair.Untitled-7 Click the Background tab and Create Mask.Untitled-8 Under Background Image click New Background Image and chose your new background. Click OK once done.Untitled-9Now all that is left to do is save your image and the Session incase you want to go back and edit at a later date.

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Easy Background Replacement with PortraitPro 17

Untitled-6Check out the tutorial below to see how easy it is to change the background with PortraitPro 17.Untitled-1Open up the image in PortraitPro 17. Untitled-2 Turn off for Skin Relighting and Coloring tab.

For the Makeup tab apply the makeup to suit the image.Untitled-3Under the  Hair tab make sure all the hair is covered in the Mask option.

Select the chosen hair color and increase the Hair Recolor Amount slider.Untitled-4 Click the Background tab and Create Mask.Untitled-5Click Background Image, if you like the Flat Color option save your image.

If you want a new background image, select New Background Image and select your new image.

Save your image and the Session incase you want to come back at a later date.

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From Bad Skin to a Simple Subtle Makeup Look in Minutes – PortraitPro 17

beforeandafterCheck out the tutorial below to see how in a matter of minutes you can turn a Portrait with Bad Skin into a Subtle Makeup look. Untitled-10 Open your image up and under the first tab, Face Sculpt lower the Master Slider.Untitled-11 Under Skin Smoothing go to Spot Removal at the bottom and select option 10.Untitled-12 Click the Touch Up button at the top of the screen, adjust the Strength and size. Zoom in and go over the problem areas.Untitled-13 Remember to zoom out every now and then to double check you have got every where.Untitled-14 Click on the Makeup tab and apply your chosen makeup look.Untitled-15Under the Picture tab adjust the Vibrance and Smart Contrast sliders to suit your picture.female with bad skin AdobeStock_102128503 (1)_pp

 

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Perfect Final Touches to Your Portraits – PortraitPro 17

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Check out the tutorial below to find out how to do the final touches to your images in a matter of minutes.Untitled-1 Open your image up in PortraitPro 17.Untitled-3 Click on the Face Sculpt tab and lower the Master Slider.Untitled-4 Under Skin Smoothing lower the Master Slider down to around 10. Untitled-5 Under the Mouth and Nose tab increase all the Lip sliders, to give a bit more pop to the lips.Untitled-6 Under the Hair tab, click View/Edit Hair Mask and adjust the mask if needed.

Find a similar Hair Color and move the Hair Recolor Slider up slightly and the Vibrance slider.Untitled-7Under the Picture tab lower the Smart Contrast and turn on Vignette, moving the Horizontal and Vertical sliders to the right place. You only want the Vignette on a little bit.shutterstock_1008089398_pp

 

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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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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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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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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!

 

 

A Quick Edit in PortraitPro Body – Full Length Gown

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Check out the tutorial below to find out how to subtly perfect your full length gown portraits in minutes.Untitled-3 Open your image up in PortraitPro Body and mark up the body.

Under Shape Sliders tab move the Slim, Curvy and Lift sliders slightly.Untitled-4 Under the Face tab adjust the Lighting Contrast and the Modeling Light sliders.Untitled-5The last step is to click on the Picture tab and adjust the Auto Levels and Contrast sliders to suit your image.final imageCheck out PortraitPro Body for yourself by downloading the free trial.

 

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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