Posts Tagged ‘matching’

Tutorial: A Simple Technique for Matching Tones and Correcting Colors in Photoshop

One of the issues talented photographer and retoucher Michael Woloszynowicz often runs into when he’s taking portraits is mismatched skin tones. Using a light modifier of some sort he’ll get the tone he wants in the face, but the tones or colors in another part of the subject’s skin simply don’t match.

You could correct for this using curves, selective color or hue/saturation, but Woloszynowicz has a better way: using solid fill layers and tonal averaging, he’s able to “take the guesswork” out of it and perfectly match tones every time. Read more…

Photographer Hunts for Random Couples Who Are Dressed Alike

Dutch photographer George Maas has been working on a series called “Rummy Couples,” which features photos of random couples spotted on the street who are dressed alike — a fashion faux pas. Over the past 5 years, Maas has managed to capture 70 such photographs.
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