Airbrushing – Natural Smooth Skin

Comments (19)
  1. chetan says:

    hello sir,
    i have many photos , that have not even skin tone there is major difference between face & hand or face & leg .etc
    will you please suggest how can i solve this problem in photoshop…?
    Thank you

  2. Georgie says:

    hi, I was wondering, at the end of the dodging and burning part on the video, it suddenly changed and goes to a thing where there are loads of different colour effects and lightings that you can choose from. Could you please tell me how you did it because I really would like to do something simular to my own photo, thanks a lot!

  3. DItta says:

    Hi! After finishing everything I clicked the Smart Object ‘original’ once more then after that I cannot return to my finished images with ‘dodging & burning’ layer. Kinda stucked on the ‘original’. How is that happening? Thanks.

  4. bernard desp[i says:

    thank u so much ,,it helps me a lot

  5. Rebecca says:

    This is an awful tutorial. I felt like I was going to rip my hair out. Definitely finding a new tutorial…

  6. Jake says:

    This is really helpful and so easy to understand for anyone.Thanks you!

  7. Navjot says:

    i cannot understand step 7

  8. S says:

    I’m using the brush tool and have followed the steps up to here but when I try and use the brush nothing changes in the picture, even when at 100% I can’t see a difference, and when I put a red layer on above the high pass it is very very faint. Why is this and how do I fix it?

  9. Mary says:

    Step 7 – I cannot find the “apply image” tool in PSE 10 to do this step. Please help.

    1. Madinabonu12 says:

      It’s under Image–>Apply Image
      Right under Duplicate in the Duplicate Section of the Image tab

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