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Correct sunburns and other skintone discolorations with Photoshop!

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This Photoshop technique is useful for minimizing differences in skin tone due to sunburn and aging amongst other culprits.

This Photoshop technique is useful for minimizing differences in skin tone due to sunburn and aging amongst other culprits.

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  • I'm moving toward the same direction with social media. The social media works better for me than the web site does, at least at the present time, and I use it to drive business. Now, I'm reaching the point where I need to tie it all back together.

    I'm trying to reach the point where you are and am trying to pick up more paying work.

    By the way, loving your time lapse work, Michael.
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  • I actually am paying someone to manage my website on a monthly basis. It's my grand central station if you will and I just don't have the mental wherewithal anymore to keep that up as well as paying work. It's a relief to finally mature into this position....
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  • Definitely, Michael.

    I have to keep a spreadsheet of who I am (profile info) on different sites. In fact, I'm not sure I remember all the social networking sites I belong to. Not to mention, trying to make the time necessary to keep them all updated and active.

    I've neglected Slide Share and am ashamed to admit it... your post literally reminded me I even have an account - UGH!!
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  • ...thank you Kelly...coming from one of the greats such as yourself is awesome!
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  • ...setting up all these profiles at various sites is not as straightforward as one might assume...ah the old vs. the new eh Richard?
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  • 1. Michael E. Stern Change Skin Color Technique Checklist: 1) Identify two color areas for change: the Target (change from) and Destination (change to). Hover over with the Eyedropper Tool (set to 5x5) and write down both sets of RGB numbers. 2) Go to Select Color Range to make a selection of the Target color. Use fuzziness slider to expand the selection area. Click OK.
  • 2. 3) Invoke the Curves Adjustment Layer. This will automatically mask to the selection. 4) Select On-image (finger) adjustment tool in the Curves Adjustment Layer and CommandShift click in the center of the Target Eye Dropper point. This sets a specific point on each channel of the curve. 5) Go back to the Target points in Curves and remap the Target numbers to the Destination numbers: use the + and – keys to cycle through to the Target number. 9) The skin will look mottled: Blur the Curves mask. 10) Adjust opacity to taste. 11) Command + Click on the mask to invoke a new selection. Make a Hue and Saturation Adjustment Layer. Adjust to taste. This is optional.
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