Masking Unveiled: Adding Backgrounds with PortraitPro and PortraitPro Body

PortraitPro and PortraitPro Body make dropping the subject into a new background quicker if you shoot them against a blue sky – or use a blue or green background in the studio. This helps with auto masking round the subject. Before working on the background, use the program to refine the look of the portrait.

If your subject has a face mask on, you can pinpoint the key features to enable the auto skin retouching and enhancements. You can cancel any nose or mouth adjustment to prevent distortion of patterned face masks. With a plain covering, there’s no need to do this.

The blue background, or a plain wall or sky, make a good basis for putting the subject into a different setting.

You can also adjust the brightness, color balance and look of the portrait to suit the background. Or combine the two for a different depth of field effect.

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