Reducing Skin Imperfections?

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  1. Derrel

    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    I frequently use light room's skin softening brush. One of the keys is not to use too much pressure nor too much opacity. Do skin smoothing dodging and burning in three passes instead of one big fell swoop. This makes it much harder to discern where work has been done. You can also use dodging, or the clone tool, or the healing brush, each in the appropriate situation to reduce skin imperfections.


     
  2. ronlane

    ronlane What's next? Supporting Member

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    NIK software has a filter that will do it, easily. I believe that it is called glamor glow. Then you can just adjust the sliders.
     
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