The reason I’m embarrassed is – this Photoshop portrait retouching tip for quickly reducing shiny hot spots on your subject’s face, was sent to me by John Weigley, a reader of my books – but it’s not the fact that he sent me the tip (I absolutely love it when readers send me cool tips. In fact, I shared another one from a reader today over at LightroomKillerTips), but what I’m embarrassed about is that I just found his message this weekend. That doesn’t sound all that bad, until you realize he sent it to me in 2004. Ack!
So, before I go into the video (below), I owe John a very, very belated thanks for sharing this tip with me, so I could share it today (some 12 years later) with you.
Hope you find that helpful (and thanks again to John for sharing the tip in the first place).
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Now I know why you never answer my emails! I can’t wait for 2028 to get here……. ?
Great tip, though!
John, you probably won’t have to wait any longer than 2022.
I have yet to actually try this, but it looks to be VERY helpful to me as I work in Africa and their skin is incredibly shiny, like they have nano sized LED’s embedded in the very pores of their skin shining right into my lens.
The lightroom killer tips link goes to a draft post ….