Here is the original post on the behind the scenes setup I had: CLICK HERE
EDIT: I am using Photoshop CS6
Hey Guys! I did it! Don’t make fun of me, I think I sound weird! But, oh well. Here’s how I did it. And sorry about the delay my photoshop has sometimes, when I was doing a screen recording, it made my computer run slow 🙁
Also, a lot of the techniques I’m showing were learned from the fabulous, Jake Garn! He’s so awesome! I also learned how to add contrast this certain way by learning it from someone else online about 4 years ago. If it was you, let me know so I can give proper credit. I think it was someone named Ashley.
A question I was hearing a lot was, “How did you get her eyes to ‘pop’ like that?”
The answer to that is, make sure there is light reflecting in her eyes from the main light source. My source was my sliding glass window. If that’s there, you don’t have to have fancy “tools” to get them to pop.