Some photos take a lot of editing, while others just need a few quick clicks of the mouse. Here is an edit that was done in about 30 seconds or less.
- Started by cropping.
- Then used “All in the Details” Tinted action. Masked detail layer completely off skin.
- Then used “All in the Details” Flashlight Photoshop action at the default opacity.
- Then used “All in the Details” Dusty vignette action – changed the opacity to 45%.
That was what got me from the before to after – I love how it brought out details in the bricks and pulled out shine on the car. Looking at it now, I might have preferred it more if I lighted the socket area around her eyes. What thoughts or feedback do you have. Next time you look at an image you edit, try and critique it as I did above – see if there is something you would change or do differently with past edits too.
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