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Skin toning question
I'm looking forward to being active in this forum and am happy to make my first post.
Anyways, what is the best way to give skin either a bronze tone or a desaturated-chocolate bronze tone (if you know what I mean).
I'm not new to retouching, but I am new to implementing these skin toning effects well.
Here are examples from Amy Dresser:
the first image of her portfolio is what I refer to as "desaturated-chocolate bronze tone"
and the second image is the "brozen tone"
Re: Skin toning question
K, welcome to Retouch Pro. The color is usually adjusted before all of the retouching and often tweaked / fine tuned at the very end. Usually a Selective Color or Hue / Sat adjustment layer is all that is required. It is more an adjustment than an effect.
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