I mean we all know how the clarity option saved our asses in the last years.
And the software companies like Adobe improved even more with the latest versions its functionality.
But when you use it for a landscape you can push it a little over the limits, depending on your style and what’s in your mind. But when you push it over the limits with portraits and fashion images, well you must be careful.
Because when it’s too much is going to kill the picture rendering everything like totally unnatural and tasting like fake.
Hair and skin are the most dangerous zones and it’s so much easy to go over the limit.
Because looking at the image you are working on you can get much more detail that your camera was not giving you back when you were shooting. But checking better one of the model looks like having strange tones of make up, the other one looks like just had a plastic surgery on her face, all of that with unexpected and un beautiful shadows here and there.
I love the clarity button and I love the way Adobe for example upgraded in the last 2 versions of Photoshop CC.
But it’s like love, it can change your life, but too much can kill you.
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