If you’re tired of using a dark-skinned model and are in need of a lighter complexion, you’ve come to the right place.
The Adobe Photoshop Light Skin filter has become one of the most requested Photoshop features, but it can be tricky to set up.
Fortunately, we have a handy tutorial for you.
In this tutorial, we’ll take you through setting up a simple Photoshop Light skin filter and showing you how to use it to fix a light leak in your images.
You’ll need to have Photoshop installed on your computer.
This tutorial is written for Photoshop CC 2017.
If you’re new to Photoshop Light, we’ve written a tutorial to get you up and running with the most recent version of Photoshop Light.
If you’ve never used Light Skin before, this tutorial is a good place to start.
In this tutorial we’ll be using the Light skin plugin to correct light leaks.
We’ll be adding a few effects and adjustments to the image to help with the process.
We’ll also be adding some additional color palettes, and adding some filters to the Light Skin plugin to give it a darker, more vibrant look.
Step 1: Install and Configure Light Skin Plugin (Free) In the bottom-right corner of the Photoshop panel, click on the Lightskin icon.
The Lightskin plugin is located in the Light panel, and can be found in the Tools menu.
Once the LightSkin plugin is installed, click the Edit button next to it.
You’ll need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on both your computer and Mac.
Open the Light Panel and click on Light Skin in the left-hand pane.
In the LightPanel toolbar, click Light Skin Filter.
Select the ‘Darker Skin’ filter, which will apply a dark tone to the light skin.
This is the Light and Dark skins filter.
Choose the ‘Highlight’ filter to highlight highlights in the image.
This will give your image a more vibrant and colorful look. Click OK.