Yesterday’s Post Today: Photoshop Technique

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: August 17, 2012

Category: Videos

Hey Folks,

Hope all is well with you; just one day to go until the weekend.

Now this post was supposed to be online yesterday but wasn’t possible due to what I’ll call ‘technical issues‘ with BT Broadband but I’ll resist having a rant despite it being 5 days before an Engineer can come out…deep breath…count to 10…and relax.

Anyway here’s yesterdays’ post today if you know what I mean…

I’ve just got back from filming a promotional video for a Natural Bodybuilder so I’ll let you know a bit more abut that tomorrow. Today though I have a Photoshop tutorial video to share with you which I recorded earlier this year and was originally for folks who signed up to my FREE newsletter [Link] but has since been replaced with a new and longer video.

The technique is used mainly in beauty retouching where it can very quickly match skin tones, remove blemishes and a whole lot more. But as is always the case with Photoshop it’s a technique that comes in handy in lots of different ways as you’ll see in the video…enjoy 🙂

As always if you have any questions / comments then please feel free to make use of the comments section below. In the mean time though I’m off to light the BBQ…gotta make the most of these sunny evenings right 🙂

Have a good one and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow,
Glyn

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5 Comments

  1. David Kelly

    A great technique Glyn. I can still clearly recall seeing this technique for the first time on the Expo hall at PSW in DC earlier this year – great memories!
    #TeamDewis 😉

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Good times indeed mate 🙂

      Reply
  2. Mark Beaumont

    Hi Glyn, sadly I don’t always get much time to take a look at some of the websites I have on my ‘to look at list’, but without fail whenever I do catch up with yours, I learn something new every time. Having just struggled with a similar scenario, the timing couldn’t have been better!

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Hey Mark,
      Thanks so much for the comment mate…you’ve made my day 🙂
      Top man!
      Cheers,
      Glyn

      Reply
  3. Clive Litchfield

    This particular problem has plagued me for ever, thank you so much you’re a saint.

    Clive

    Reply

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