How to Remove Veins and Redness and Retouch Eyes in Photoshop
Last year image editing specialist Michael Woloszynowicz (from vibrantshot), published this 2 part advanced video tutorial, that looks into the eye and how to retouch it using Photoshop.
The are so many issues you can run into when retouching eyes in Photoshop. In many cases you run into stray hairs which happen to just be in front of the eye, maybe the eye is red or shows vains or is simply not that sharp. All these problems are going to be fixed in these two part tutorial by Woloszynowicz who uses frequency separation as the basic tool to work on the image (if you don’t know what frequency separation is – make sure you check these videos). The clone stamp tool is also used extensively as well as hue-saturation adjustment layer to remove the redness in the eye.
The second part of this video looks at removing hair, veins and redness in eyes
We have already looked at correcting and improving eyes in images in depth on several past videos including the recent “Ultimate Eye Retouching Guide to Photoshop” by Colin Smith, “How To Brighten, Color and Sharpen Eyes in Photoshop” with photographer Craig Beckta, a Quick Tip: How to Change Eye Color in 1 Minute in Photoshop! by Howard Pinsky, “Retouching Eyes in Photoshop: Color, Brighten and Sharpen” and Creating Realistic Eye Makeup in Photoshop by Aaron Nace, photographer’s Michael Woloszynowicz “How To Brighten Eyes in Photoshop” and Photoshop senior product manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes video on “How to Brighten Eyes in B&W Photos Using Photoshop“.
You can find many more Photoshop video tutorials on LensVid’s Photoshop section.