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Lightroom Vintage Portrait Retouch Series – Part II of III Facial Retouch – Weekly Lightroom Edit – Episode 12

By Pye Jirsa on February 17th 2012

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Welcome to Episode 12 of our Weekly Lightroom Edit. In this Lightroom video tutorial we are going to be working through part two of our Vintage Portrait Retouch Series. In this tutorial, we will specifically be covering how to perform detailed facial retouch within Lightroom 3. In the final tutorial in this series, we will be turning our portrait into a lovely vintage image.

Hope you all enjoy!

This video is part of a 3 part series, if you missed Part I check it out below:

Lightroom Vintage Portrait Retouch Series Part I – Color Correction
Lightroom Vintage Portrait Retouch Series Part II – Facial Retouch (Current Article)
Lightroom Vintage Portrait Retouch Series Part III – Vintage Toning

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Post Production Pye
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Partner of Lin and Jirsa Photography

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  1. Ed Rhodes

    love it, just enough to clean it up, but not enough for people to scream “photoshop!”

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  2. Basit Zargar

    again great

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