Check out my Creative Cloud for a look through a Retouch in Stages

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: June 7, 2013

Category: General

Hey Folks,

How’s it going?

Ok so for today I thought it might be interesting to show the retouching steps that went into one of my recent pictures: Tough Guy

But, rather than post a screen grab of the what my layers panel looks like in Photoshop, here’s a way that you can actually click through each section of the retouching to see how the picture was edited in stages.

Simply click on the link which will take you through to my Creative Cloud and once there click on the layers section (see below)

• Click here [Link]

As always if you have any questions / comments feel free to post a comment below or email me direct to but in the mean time,

Have a great Friday; have a great weekend and I’ll catch you back here in a few days.

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  1. Morgana

    For cloud members only?

    • Glyn

      Morgana…Did you click the link?

  2. Oliver Syre

    I cant see nothing. “Sorry, we’re having some technical difficulties”
    Nice new Cloud World………

  3. Morgana

    Glyn – yes but all good, working now thank you 🙂

  4. Joe

    Very cool Glyn! Morgana, you do not need to be a member to see this.

  5. Oliver Syre

    Works now. Cool!

  6. Yahel

    Hi Glyn,

    Just wanted to shime in to say : Excellent work !!

    This creative cloud thing is working wonders and I find it very very cool that we can see the layers and how you progress on the image and how you work.

    I wouldn’t have thought of stretching horizontally the image but for a tough guy it makes perfect sense !!

    I looooooove your work and your sharing state of mind !!

    Keep it up 😀

    • Glyn

      Glad you like it Yahel and thanks for the kind words 😉

  7. Mark Cann

    That’s actually very cool, if more Photographers and retouchers start doing this it’d become a great resource to people learning such as me.

    I guess it would also be good for getting advice and constructive criticism from guys like yourself if I added some work on their and asked for a review

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