Portrait post processing with NX2

Portrait post processing with NX2

Always keen to share my knowledge of photography, this post actually shows how to process an image to soften and brighten skin so that it still looks natural without turning the model into a plastic doll.

Striking a balance between too much/too little is a fine line and brings with it much discussion about what to take away.  I typically remove spots but permanent markers like freckles I will always leave them unless I’m asked to remove them.  On wedding images that can take quite some time

Hope you enjoy,thanks for watching and why not leave me a comment or two.

 


2 Responses to “Portrait post processing with NX2”

  1. […] on from my recent post illustrating how NX2 performs when used as a portrait re-touch tool found here, in this part 2 edition you’ll discover one variation utilising a b&w step to add depth […]

  2. Milind says:

    Thank you for posting the excellent video. Though I have been using NX for more than a year now, I did not know that you could use 2 adjustments within 1 step (Gaussian Blur and LCH as shown in the video). Been following you on Flickr too 🙂

  3. […] on from my recent post illustrating how NX2 performs when used as a portrait re-touch tool found on my website – this second part enables you to you’ll discover one variation utilising a b&w step to […]

  4. […] on from my recent post illustrating how NX2 performs when used as a portrait re-touch tool found here, in this part 2 edition you’ll discover one variation utilising a b&w step to add depth […]

  5. RickyPics says:

    I have been using Capture since 2001. I learned new things from your tutorial. Thanks. Nice work.

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