Part II Overview

In Part I of this editing series, we took an image from Benjamin Von Wong’s Dead Sea Shoot and applied our basic Lightroom 4 adjustments using the Lightroom 4 Preset System Develop and Brush Presets.

In Part II (this article) we will be taking the image into Photoshop to do some additional refining and retouching. We will primarily be working on retouching some of the more distracting fly-aways in our model’s hair. In addition, we will also do just the slightest bit liquifying where needed as well as add a few Adjustment Layers just for a bit of refinement in toning.

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