Details: @maxfactorsweden Excess shimmer 'nr 20 Copper' on my lid as my base (It's a creamy shadow) @sigmabeauty Loose shimmer in 'Midsummer' on my lid over the creamy shadow @thebalmeu 'Meet matt(e) Trimony' palette on my crease @shophudabeauty @hudabeauty 'Raquel' lashes @vivaladivacosmetics 'Metal eyeshadows' palette on my inner corner @bhcosmetics '88 shimmer' palette on my lower lash line (It's a forest green shadow, check previous post to see how it looks) @thebalmeu liquid lipstick…
One of the most useful tools in Photoshop to bring out hidden detail in the shadows and highlights of an image is the Shadow/Highlight Adjustment (Under Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights). Unfortunately you cannot apply it using an Adjustment Layer. To apply it non-destructively first turn your layer into a Smart Object, then apply the Shadows/Highlights Adjustment.
The Most Useful Button in Lightroom..The "Previous" Button! Edit: Exposure, Highlights, Shadows, Whites (opt click on whites & drag slider to the right), Blacks (to the left), temp to warm photo, vibrance to boost color & finish with vignette. Hit back slash key to view b4 & after. Adjustment brush to paint/brighten face. Can pull back on exposure if too much. Go to next photo & hit the "Previous" button to apply same settings if the lighting conditions are the same.
Shadows and white shapes. Without seeing the shadow maker - we can still guess what shape-shifter is interdicting the light. The only reason that we don't loose the shape of things which are covered in shadow is because the shape-shifter has allowed just enough light to break through. These eggs look very reptilian in this presentation - don't they? Was that apparent at first look by you? Or did I point it out? Funny how the power of observation works in the trained mind. Omelet anyone?