In this video you will
In this video you will learn how to do remove skin imperfections in Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve.I will show you two ways of doing this, I'm using them interchangeably, depending on which one works best in a certain case. It's very helpful, especially when you work on more commercial projects that have to be flawless:)
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Great tutorial nice
this one the only works that i've ever tried... Thank you
So the second one is just the same as the first one except with the circle tool and adjusting colors instead of the free select tool and copying other skin?
Oh my godYou are amazingLove, like and sharesLooking forward to see more of your tutorialsVisy
3rd is Patch Replacer FX. Lovely tutorials by the way.
In this GIMP tutorial,
In this GIMP tutorial, I'll show you how to fix blemishes (i.e. remove acne) as well as make your subject's complexion look more even (and improved overall). This blemish removal tutorial uses the heal tool to remove acne, as well as a combination of the airbrush tool and layer masks for the complexion.
I'll demonstrate using some layer modes and a high-pass filter to soften the skin. The final result is truly great - plus doesn't look artificial - and takes just a few minutes. This tutorial is for all skill levels, and is beginner friendly.
I do not have a free image download for this tutorial as I used a premium image on Adobe Stock (I couldn't find any freebies that had acne). Feel free to download the image here:
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I was puzzling out why you did the "invert color" step when I realized that you actually wanted a "low pass" filter to soften the sharp features like wrinkles. Since GIMP doesn't have a low pass enhancement filter, inverting the colors made the high pass filter act like a low pass filter and smooth out the image. Thanks for the tutorial!
At first I thought, "Man, I wish this had been included in the Udemy course," but then I realized, "Oh yeah, I'm watching it for free on YouTube." Absolute tops.
Why does mines look different?
Do you recommend downloading 2.10.0 over 2.8.22?
Mr. Davie, I couldn't find a process to enhance faded face features of vintage image in gimp 2.10, I would appreciate if you can help me in this regard. Thank you.