Portrait Professional 10 is the latest version of Anthropics’ automated portrait processing software that gives portrait photographers a complete retouching system that provides both an simple workflow and detailed control over portrait processing. It can take you from capture to complete in as tiny as five simple steps.
Portrait Professional works by targeting specific areas of the face – such as the eyes, mouth, nose, chin, and forehead, and uses those points as reference for making adjustments. From there, its engine – which has been trained with hundreds of examples of beauty portraits, generates a base rendering from which you can refine from. Once you get to this point, you can stop, or you can use a wide variety of controls and sliders to further work your portrait.
How does Portrait Professional work?
The first thing you do is choose the picture that you want to edit. This is just a matter of navigating to image and selecting it. This can be one that has been preprocessed, or Portrait Professional has some basic overall image editing abilities such as exposure, cropping etc. When you open your image you will be presented with a selection of is the face of male or female and you make your selection.
Then you click on the next button and you are presented with the task of first clicking on the left corner of the left eye and then the right corner of the right eye. You are then prompted to click on the tip of the nose, the left corner of the mouth and finally the right corner of the mouth.
Clicking on the next button takes you to step four which will adjust the outlines of the face. Here you will adjust various elements of each eye, the eyebrows, the mouth, the nose, the chin, the forehead, the temple, and the cheeks.
When you click on the next button for step five, Portrait Professional will start its automatic photographic enhancement where it performs its processing of the image based on internal guidelines. When it is done you will see the original portrait on the left and the new and improved on the right. If you are happy with the results, you can save it and move on or you can refine it with the many controls that Portrait Professional offers.
source : blogcritics.org
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