Full Retouch – Women’s Darker Skin Tones
Retouching darker skin tones can be challenging, mostly because there isn’t enough information out there. The result can be over-retouching, but I want to put an end to that. In this section, you’ll learn what to look for, how to keep skin texture and what to remove. We’ll focus on creating that beautiful timeless look. I’ll demonstrate how to fix color issues and create a stunning final image.
11 Reviews for Full Retouch – Women’s Darker Skin Tones
“Not working for me either, please fix”
— Wanda A.
“This is still not working. Please fix as I paid for it.”
— Paul M.
“I've downloaded the video and I got two separate ones. Video 1 says Intro and has 43 min. but at 30 seconds it stops and goes to black picture. Please fix and let us know. Video 2 is ok. Thanks.”
— Anthony M.
“Not working still.”
— Tanya F.
“Not working still. I'll come back to it.”
— Tanya F.
“This video Doesn't seem to be working. could you please take a look guys. I can see the into part but then I only see a dark screen for the rest of the video.”
— kartik s.
“Thank you Pratik. It is a real eye opening. By choice the majority of my models are dark skin women. With your explanations I am a bit more confident on how to make my end products more appealing. Thank you and happy holidays.”
— Vanessa F.
“unfortunatly its not working”
— Tomislav G.
“I can't properly explain how much I am learning. Pratik Naik is THE Guru for retouching.”
— Alessandro C.
“Absolutely wonderful example of how to retouch darker skin tones! Watching Pratik work his way through a full retouch is delightful. His manner is easy going and the way he explains the how and why of utilizing a particular technique is excellent. I was unsure about my retouching abilities on darker skin before watching this (overwhelmed and terrified actually). Now I am confident that I can consistently achieve a look that is similar because of the way Pratik explains everything. Highly recommended!”
— Brooke C.
“Excellent examples of unifying light and color across the image using D&B and the Gradient Map. Thank you Pratik!”
— Carrie T.