Portraiture – What is portraiture plugin?
Portraiture is from Imagenomic family, which is one of the most powerful plugin used for face finishing and skin retouching. It’s most beneficial usage is that it has auto feature for any type of photos like skin tones, smoothing skin and any type of portrait images. And this plugin is a Photoshop, Lightroom. It will work with any versions of Photoshop.
Before this plugin people wastes a lot of time on face finishing and retouching any photos. But now it saves a lot of time and is a very advanced plugin. Everyone can use it very easily.
Portraiture features a powerful masking tool that enables selective smoothening only in the skin tone areas of the image. What makes Portraiture’s masking tool truly unique is its built-in Auto-Mask feature. It helps you quickly discover most of the skin tone range of the image automatically and, if preferred, you can manually fine-tune it to ensure optimal results, providing unmatched precision and productivity. Portraiture comes with pre-defined presets for one-click effects.
Watch Video for better understanding on how to use portraiture or you can follow the picture guide
At first you need the plugin to be installed on your PC / Mac – how to use portraiture in photoshop
Then follow the steps one by one
Open Adobe Photoshop
Now open any image you want to retouch by going to File then click Open
Select your image, then again click on Open
Now press Ctrl + J to duplicate the layer (photo) to have a backup of original one
Now go to Filter find Imagenomic then click on Portraiture
This window will appear. Now you can select any generic presets given by the plugin itself. I recommend to select the default one. And it depends on how is your photo, but you can try others as well.
And you can also play around with the skin tones mask and Enhancements option but I just leave it as it is.
After that click on OK button.
Now click on the eye button to switch between first and second photos. And you can see the difference between them.
Now again you can repeat all that by going to filter and then portraiture or by pressing ALT + Ctrl + F to repeat the action.
Now give a bit fade by pressing Ctrl + shift+ F
At last use patch tool to remove the remaining spots or blemish. And then Boom! You are done.
The final image looks like this