Editing Newborn Baby Photo

Editing Newborn Baby Photo

A picture editor, sometimes known as a photo editor, is a professional who collects, reviews, and chooses photographs and/or illustrations for publication in alignment with preset guidelines.

Today I am going to talk about editing Newborn baby picture.

This blueprint will teach you how to edit newborn picture and retouch skin using  Photoshop tools and brushes.

Newborn photos can usually use a fair bit of editing because it’s normal to see scratches, red splotches, dry skin, etc., on those new babies’ little faces. What sort of editing and how much editing to do is really a matter of preference – my goal is generally to remove distractions and help the baby’s skin look it’s best while maintaining a realistic photo that doesn’t “look photoshop.” I generally edit using Photoshop Elements.

With a little bit of editing, we are able to take out any scratches, smooth the skin, and reduce redness for a really pretty finished baby photo.

I use an action fairly often when editing baby photos. It’s the Baby Powder Room Action from Coffeeshop. It’s free (all Rita’s actions are free at Coffeeshop!) and it’s really helpful, so if you’re interested in editing baby photos I’d highly recommend you get it, then find an online tutorial on how to install it into Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.

Oh, one last thing – please excuse the noises of the five children playing at my house in the background.

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