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You may have heard of this technique called frequency separation where you magically separate the details in your image from the colors and tones to be able to manipulate both independently, right? It's used a lot in skin retouching, and it really gives you incredible flexibility. Variants of this technique are also used in landscape and architecture photography to really accentuate the details of an image without introducing artifacts like halos. In this featured video, David Biedny explains the technique and really shows you what it all means. This is the best tutorial on frequency separation I've seen to date. It really empowers you to make this powerful technique your own and use it to fit your photography.
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Frequency separation retouching is an amazing technique for separating two main tasks of retouching in general: editing the fine details in your image and editing the tones, shadows and colors. In many cases, it can be hard to get both right at the same time if you are using conventional retouching techniques. If you are using the frequency separation technique in Photoshop, however, you can divide your image into two layers: one that only holds the fine details and one that only contains the tones and colors. Those can then be edited separately and independently of each other. In this featured video, Aaron Nace from Phlearn.com shows you how to use frequency separation on a portrait in Photoshop.