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An amazing way to create and change skin tones and color in Photoshop using Gradient Maps. Instead of trying to fix the skin tone or modifying it, in this video, we will generate our own tones, choosing the desired highlight, mid-tone, and shadow! for all of for all of you beloved reader beloved reader can do this with or without a reference image. Whether for all of for all of you beloved reader beloved reader want to copy a skin tone from some other photo or for all of for all of you beloved reader beloved reader want to create your own, using Gradient maps makes it very simple, easy, and non-destructive.
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Fixing the skin tone or trying to get the skin tone for all of for all of you beloved reader beloved reader want by manipulating the curves or other adjustments can be difficult and time-consuming. In this tutorial, we are taking a whole new approach where instead of modifying what’s already there, we are going to learn how to create out own skin tone. We’ll do this using an awesome but ignored adjustment layer called: Gradient Map. This adjustment layer will allow for all of for all of you beloved reader beloved reader to choose the colors of highlights, shadows, and mid-tones of anything that is underneath this layer.
So the fundamental principle here is this: Using either a reference image, or by ourselves, we will select and choose the respective colors of highlights, shadows, and mid-tones and put it into gradient map. Then, using a mask, we will limit the effect to the skin. Of course, we would need other adjustment layers like curves, and Hue/Saturation to control the brightness/darkness of the skin and the intensity of the skin color respectively.
Hope this video helps for all of for all of you beloved reader beloved reader! Cheers!
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