Photoshop CS6: Super Fast Beauty Retouching

Hi Folks,
Now I didn’t actually intend to post a video tutorial today but having been exposed to more of what the new Photoshop CS6 is capable of at a recent meeting with Adobe, my head has been literally spinning.

Without question, the upgrade to CS6 is Amazing! There is so much that’s been worked on, added and enhanced that this new version of Photoshop literally is a Game Changer; it’s that good. Of course over time I’ll be posting tutorials and sharing new and updated techniques at my workshops and in webinars.

For now though, here’s a video I ended up putting together last night when I was playing around to see how CS6 could change some of my retouching techniques. In the video I cover a Beauty Retouching technique for extending the length of a model’s neck and I show how I used to do it in Photoshop CS5 and then show how I’m now doing it in Photoshop CS6.

Enjoy:)

ps> If you haven’t already done so, be sure to head on over to Adobe Labs, download the Photoshop CS6 Beta and give it a run; you’ll love it! [Link]

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April 18, 2012 - 8:58 am

David Kelly - Lol. Strange how I thought exactly of your previous extending neck tutorial when we were watching this new functionality being demo’ed at Adobe keynote in #PSW12, and how much easier it had become in CS6.

April 16, 2012 - 4:20 pm

John Nack on Adobe : Demo: Faster retouching via Content-Aware Move in CS6 - [...] "facebook,twitter,igoogle";if (typeof(addthis_share) == "undefined"){ addthis_share = [];}Retoucher Glyn Dewis calls Photoshop CS6 a “game changer.” Here he compares lengthening a neck in CS5 to a [...]

April 14, 2012 - 12:24 pm

Yukon Binoculars - It is great. :)

April 14, 2012 - 7:04 am

Glyn - Michael…Absolutely mate; the possibilites literally are endless :)

April 14, 2012 - 7:03 am

Glyn - Thanks Dave ;)

April 13, 2012 - 7:23 pm

Michael Tracy - Excellent real-world application of the new Content-Aware tools! What a time saver!

April 13, 2012 - 12:17 pm

DaveT - Looks amazingly useful Glyn. Thanks for the comparison video, it really is good to actually see the difference between the two ways of working.
Dave

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