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Live Workshop – Retouching with Viktor Fejes

Professional retoucher Viktor Fejes is given free rein to get as creative as he likes for this live retouching demonstration, working on an image submitted by a member of Karl Taylor Education.

Techniques covered in this live demonstration will be familiar to many already comfortable working with Photoshop and includes an overview of skin retouching, burning and dodging and healing. It also includes a more detailed demonstration of color correction and how to guide the eye using color and contrast. Viewers will see how a professional retoucher works and gain valuable insight into the thought process and steps taken to reach the final image.

As Viktor works through the image he fields questions from members, addressing issues such as how to start learning Photoshop, pricing your work and how to submit images for retouching. He also touches on more technical elements such as the best monitors for retouching, calibrating your monitor and the importance of color theory.

In this live photography workshop we cover the following:

  • How to retouch like a professional
  • Professional photo editing workflow
  • Guiding the eye using color and contrast
  • The importance of color theory
  • Skin retouching in Photoshop
  • Burning and Dodging and alternative techniques
  • Color grading in Photoshop


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Course content: https://www.karltayloreducation.com/class/live-retouching-with-viktor-fejes/

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