The way this works is when you have a photo with a face or two in it that you want to adjust. You just have to open it in Perfect Portrait in Photoshop, Lightroom or Aperture. Once it loads, it is going to automatically make its own best guess on the initial processing. From there you have the tools that will let you refine your portrait quickly and easily. You then apply the changes and if you so choose you can save them as a preset which can be really handy if you are processing a set of similar images.
So what is new with Perfect Portrait 2?
• Retouch Brush – gives you the ability to remove distracting acne, stray hairs, veins or other large blemishes with a few simple clicks. Just dab the Retouch Brush on an imperfection to make it disappear.
• Perfect Brush – can be turned on when using the Paint-in Effect Basic Brushes or the Masking Brush. It will give you the ability to achieve precise edge-detected masking with the new Perfect Brush and it will allow you to smoothly apply or remove adjustments to the specific area that you are working on without going outside the area that you are restricting yourself to. This means that if you want to bring out the impact in the eyes, you can better isolate your efforts without impacting the skin around the eyes.
• Skin Blemish removal and smoothing – lets you get great looking and much more natural looking skin as Perfect Portrait 2 maintains realistic skin structure so portraits don't look over retouched. You can quickly reduce wrinkles and deep pores and smooth skin to an even consistency. This can even be used on just the face or the entire body.