My Fundamental Uses of Frequency Separation: You thought that Frequency separation is used only to smooth and correct skin? This article will show how you can accomplish this using Frequency Separation!
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS SESSION:
In this introductory tutorial, I will show you the ways I utilize FS in a variety of ways
Fixing Skin and Severe Acne
The highlights of the skin tone
Restoring the texture of clothing and tonalities
Patching up environmental textures and tones
What are My Fundamental Uses of Frequency Separation?
Frequency separation is a powerful technique used primarily in image editing and retouching to separate the high-frequency and low-frequency details of an image. This technique allows you to work on skin texture, blemishes, and imperfections separately from color and tone adjustments. Here are some fundamental uses of frequency separation:
Skin Retouching: Frequency separation is widely used in portrait retouching to smooth out the skin while preserving its natural texture. You can work on the low-frequency layer to correct color and tone issues, while the high-frequency layer is used to remove imperfections like acne, scars, or fine lines.
Texture Enhancements: You can enhance or exaggerate textures in an image using frequency separation. For example, in landscape photography, you can increase the detail in rocks, water, or foliage without affecting the overall color and tone.
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