Retouching water splash in photoshop. Video.

This video shows my post production process in photoshop.
This is my first video, I think water and product retouching is hard to find, and I am sure my video will be very interesting for those who do products.

Some time ago I start to record retouching process of almost every image I work on.  So more interesting post production videos to come! stay tuned:-)

Fruit splash photography: how much post-production it takes to get a perfect splash from Alex Koloskov on Vimeo.

To see before and after retouching photo, please open the entire post.

Mouse Over to see Before and After

9 comments to Retouching water splash in photoshop. Video.

  • Martin

    Very nice work, i like the final result..
    Thanks for sharing the work process.

  • You are welcome, Martin. I am glad you like it:-)

  • Hi. Great job and nice explanatory video !
    I was wondering: what is the mode you use keep shifting to during adjustment (there is an extended sequence at 6’50”). It looks a little like inverted / solarized colors, but it’s neither .. ?
    Thanks !

  • Thank you, Coriolan. You will have the answer in my next post. It’s really good question:-)

  • Jerrold

    Thanks so much for this demo! It’s inspiring to see how creatively you use the Photoshop toolkit. I retouch photos full-time for a studio, but we deal in large quantities of images and I never get to do anything as involved as this. I noticed over and again you seemed to be using a tool that converts the whole image into a rainbow spectrum, presumably so you can see subtle differences in shading. What is that tool called, and how do I access it in Photoshop?

    Thanks so much!

  • Jerrold

    This is incredible! Thank you so much. I’ve created a few different curve presets for both my work and home computers, and I can’t tell you how much it has helped me. Now I no longer have to worry that I’ve missed blemishes and imperfections that will show up on another person’s monitor.

    I recently invested in my first set of Alien Bees and have been exploring product photography at home, in the hopes of supplementing my income and improving my skills as a photographer. Both your blog and Alex’s are inspiring and indispensable. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience with those of us who want to learn.

  • Ruben

    What happened to the video?

  • Thank you, Ruben. Fixed.

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