How To Edit Red Baby Skin Using Frequency Separation

14th March 2018 in Education, Photography Tips

How To Edit Red Baby Skin Using Frequency Separation

In the business of baby photography, we are always faced with challenges, one of these challenges are editing in photoshop. I am one of those people who is always looking to edit in an efficient timely manner yet never compromise the originality of the image and the subject in them, It’s important for me to provide my clients with photos that are as natural and as organic as their new baby. The reason why we edit baby’s skin not because we find it unpleasant but because these flakes and red spots are not permanent, unlike birthmarks and features that will stay with them forever. When the parents look back at their photos they don’t really remember those little things, what they remember is how perfect their baby was, and that’s what we want to achieve, the seamless edit!
So in this video, I walk you through one of my most common and go-to technique in order to achieve that natural skin without replacing cloning or patching any part of them. Using the frequency separation combined with the patch tool we will edit red spots and discolourations in baby’s skin. I hope you find this video tutorial helpful to your workflow.

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Essex Family Photographer | Bejhrami Family

24th August 2017 in Essex Family Photography, Photography Tips

Our studio for Essex Family Photographer, Basildon is equipped with professional photography equipment to produce outstanding quality images that will last you and your family forever.

I hope you had a lovely Christmas and a happy new year, the festive period is the most popular time to have ‘family photos’ done, I had the pleasure of welcoming a few families in my studio

Getting all your family in the same place at the same time can be hard enough. Add to that trying to organize them into a coherent group for their photograph to be taken, and it can be a challenging. But in my experience, it’s always worth the effort.

‘Family portraits’ capture a moment in time alongside those you care for most. Those photos can be hung in the homes of family members to remind you of those closest to you. As time goes on, the family will welcome new members and see another pass on. These photos will become a treasured reminder and document that can be looked back upon fondly to share memories. So come to my ‘photo studio in Basildon’  and let me style, pose and capture those important people in your life.

Have a look at our ‘studio packages‘ and get in touch with us to have a chat about your ‘family studio shoot’

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How To Extend A Tricky Backdrop in Photoshop (for photographers)

10th February 2017 in Photography Tips, Uncategorised

How To Extend A Tricky Backdrop in Photoshop
I work in a small studio space in my home, so I have always faced with the same problem over and over again BACKDROP EXTENSION. It used to be my worst fear ever and it used to be such a hassle for me to do in photoshop. But after plenty of practice and experience, I have managed to master the art of MASKED LAYERS. They are a life saviour honestly don’t know what I would do without it. So without further ado here’s the video tutorial showing you my recent trick to how to fix your backdrop in the trickiest photos.

Heres the breakdown of what you should learn from this tutorial;
1. Do not underestimate the power of Quick Selection tool
2. Layer Masks are boss
3. Do not paint with a high opacity brush

I hope now you have found the light at the end of the tunnel with that photo that you’ve been dreading to edit :). Please leave us a comment or if you have any questions please do ask I’ll be more than happy to help. Thanks for watching

Refine Edge Settings:
Smooth; 59
Feather: 5.1 px
Contrast: 25%
Shift Edge: 0%
Output to (drop down) – New Layer With Layer Mask –

 

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