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Super Airbrush Photoshop Technique

Super Airbrush Photoshop Technique

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Published by: nev3rm0re on Nov 15, 2008
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Mizuno's Super Airbrush PP Tutorial!
 First things first, we need a 'Before' shot. I quickly scanned the net for somethingappropriate and came up with the following:A pretty girl, with some skin blemishes, the perfect candidate for my tutorial. Now let me sayright from the beginning, I don't think this girl
any airbrush treatment - but for thesake of this tutorial, we'll assume that she is a client who has requested it.
Step 1
 After opening our image up in Photoshop, the first thing we will do is to use the
Heal Brush
 to remove any obvious marks or blemishes. You can be as thorough as you like here, as thecleaner the skin is to start with, the better the results at the end. Use an appropriate brushsize (quite small) in order to sample and brush away the blemishes without losing anyimportant detail.
Step 2
 Once you are finished with the Heal Brush, duplicate the layer and apply the
Dust andScratches
Filter > Noise > Dust & Scratches
 For this example, I used a radius of 5 pixels and a threshold of 0. You can adjust these tosuit your image as needed. The result you are looking for is a creamy blend of features,without too much banding.
Step 3
 The next filter we are going to use is the good old
Gaussion Blur
. This will remove anybanding that might have occurred in the previous step, and give the whole image a creamiercomplexion.
Filter > Blur > Gaussion Blur
 I used a radius of 2 for this example. Again, adjust as appropriate for each image.

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