Do you want to make your photo look beautiful in just a few minutes? Remove wrinkles, dark circles other bad looks that make your photo look bad. This tutorial shows how to enhance your photo and hide skin flaws.
You just require your photo that you want to optimize.
Open the photo that you want to edit in Photoshop. The Photo must be of good quality to get information about skin tone.
Now we will make a copy of Yellow channel. Before we can do this, we have to convert the image to CMYK by going to Image > Mode > CMYK.
In the Channels palette (Window > Channels), select the Yellow channel. You can see, the Yellow layer reveals the most skin flaws. Copy and paste this layer by going to Select > All then Edit > Copy.
Go back to original image by pressing Alt+Ctrl+Z (Option+Cmd+Z on Macs) until you’ve reverted back to the original photo. Go to Edit > Paste and Photoshop will place the Yellow channel you copied as a new layer.
Change the blending mode to Overlay. You’ll see the effects immediately and you can reduce the effect by reducing the opacity.
If you want to hide the skin flaws instead of revealing it, invert the layer by going to Image > Adjustments > Invert. Change the blending mode to Soft Light then reduce the opacity until it looks about right.
You can optionally add a layer mask so that this layer only affects the skin tones. However, should you need to create a layer mask, you can do this by going to Layer > Layer Mask > Hide All. Select the Brush tool (make sure your foreground color is white), then paint with a soft-edge brush around the skin. If you’re using Photoshop CS6, you can also use the skin tone feature in the Color Range tool. To do this, go to Select > Color Range. Select “Skin Tones” from the dropdown menu and enable Detect Faces. Click OK and Photoshop will create a selection of the skin tones for you.
Here is final result.