Portrait Retouching Using Lightroom 5 By Scott Kelby

Duration
1 hr 5 min
Lessons
18
Difficulty Difficulty Difficulty
Intermediate

With the addition of a real Healing Brush in Lightroom 5, you can now actually use Lightroom for some serious retouching. In this session Scott takes you through all the essential portrait retouches without ever leaving Lightroom 5. You’ll be amazed at what you can do now, right inside of Lightroom. This class includes everything from wrinkle reductions to skin softening to the tricks for sharpening portraits, and much more.

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Scott Kelby

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Scott is the President and CEO of KelbyOne, is also the original “Photoshop Guy”, is the editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, Training Director and instructor for KelbyOne Live Seminars, and author of a string of bestselling technology and photography bo...

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  1. Profile photo of grosloulou grosloulou

    i already read some of your tricks in lightroom books but this tuto is really amazing.
    the chapter i liked the most : lens correction aspect trick :-)
    Let’s hope adobe will add a content aware healing brush in V6 because moving source 50 times is quite tedious

    i know from your retouch book that you usually prefer a brush with eyedropper in photoshop for veins
    it would be nice if adobe made its brush color mode full paint, not a kind of blending colors to colorize. never understood this strange colorization. there are so many cases where we’d like to paint snow in white, houses,… below fireworks in pure black, gry zones behind insect in macro green instead of grey,… and colorization is not efficient.

    best regards
    marc

  2. Profile photo of iblanky1 iblanky1

    Man you taught me so very much during this coarse, K1 !!!!!

  3. Profile photo of roc_torio28 roc_torio28

    This is so easy to understand! Really simple :) Thanks Scott!

  4. Profile photo of Terry LeBoeuf Terry LeBoeuf

    Thanks Scott for showing us all that you are “real” and making this retouching simple and effective.

  5. Profile photo of flemshans flemshans

    I just got darn better at Lightroom. Thank you :)

  6. Profile photo of rh rh

    Typical Scott Kelby tutorial: short, sweet, and super-effective. Scott, you’re the best!

  7. Profile photo of Audrey Audrey

    Thank You Scott and all the crew. I really needed this class and so appreciate it!

  8. Profile photo of xenotar28 xenotar28

    Thank you, Scott. I found this class very useful and will watch once or twice more. I practiced a bunch of your tips as I went along and the results were amazing. Lightroom 5 really rocks! I have been a Photoshop user for years but now I find myself doing the majority of my work in LR5. Thanks again. —- Yes, please post my feedback

  9. Profile photo of johnnypanic johnnypanic

    Scott many thanks for this wonderful class. The sharpening masking trick is fantastic. —- Yes, please post my feedback

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