Sunday, June 14, 2009

Wedding Rescues

When it comes to personal photographs, some of the most important images are those taken on a wedding day.
By Rick Sammon Published in Shooting
Wedding Rescues

Next, add a Layer mask by clicking on the Add Layer Mask icon at the bottom of the Layers panel.


With black selected as your fore-ground color and using a soft-edged brush, with the Opacity of the brush set to around 25%, carefully mask out the soft areas over the eyes and mouth.




Rick Sammon has published 31 books, including his latest, Rick Sammon’s Digital Photography Secrets, Exploring the Light: Making the Very Best In-Camera Exposures and Face to Face: Rick Sammon’s Complete Guide to Photographing People. Visit www.ricksammon.com.

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