How To Edit a Portrait using Frequency Separation in Photoshop Elements 15 14 13 12 11 Tutorial

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This is part 2 of a 2 part video, watch part 1 here:

In this video I use Blend Modes along with the Gausian Blur to separate out the different frequencies to allow you easy skin smoothing retouching and to remove skin blemishes.

This comprehensive video takes you step-by-step through the complete process from beginning images clear through to the final composite image. This training video was recorded in Photoshop Elements 15 but the techniques used will work just as well in Photoshop Elements 11 through the latest Photoshop Elements.

This video is based on a very informative blog post that I found by Elias Lopez from 2011. Here is the link to that blog post:

Skin Smoothing Tutorial


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