February 20th, 2012, 07:45 PM
Darkening eyebrows without affecting skin below
This is a relatively simple question I hope. I want to darken or increase the contrast of certain things in photoshop, but not others, over a specific area. Now, the best example and how I came across this was that I have done some photos of my nephew, and can deal with the situation non-specifically but it occurred to me that there must be a precise way to do this "effect".
What I had is the problem of the eye brows, light brown, not strong enough in contrast to his baby white skin. I want to increase the darkness or the contrast f the browns, but without doing anything to the light colours, which are very light.
Any help would be appreciated.
March 2nd, 2012, 07:05 PM
Hi, what comes to mind is you could use the Burn tool. Whenever I edit my photos, I use the burn tool to make my eyelashes darker. It works really good!
March 20th, 2012, 11:28 AM
It really depends on the type of photo. If you need to darken small, thin eyelashes, it can be tricky. Try a small burn tool. You can also try to get a good selection on what you're trying to manipulate. After selected, you can use blending properties.
you can use the burn tool for this.