Retouch4me offers a set of state-of-the-art plugins designed to raise your photo editing game:

  1. Retouch4me Panel – A centralized hub for all Retouch4me plugins, available free of charge, streamlining your Photoshop workflow.
  2. Frequency Separation – A complementary tool that divides a picture into three layers for advanced retouching.
  3. Heal – A wise tool that identifies and corrects skin imperfections while preserving the natural texture.
  4. Dodge & Burn – An expert-grade tool that balances the sunshine and dark areas in portraits.
  5. Eye Vessels – Perfect the whites of the eyes by effortlessly removing blood vessels and redness.
  6. Eye Brilliance – A tool that accentuates eyes using the dodge and burn technique, making them pop.
  7. Portrait Volumes – Add depth and dimension to portraits, giving them a lifelike feel.
  8. Clean Backdrop – Ideal for studio shots, this tool identifies and erases dirt, sensor dust, and minor imperfections from backgrounds.
  9. Skin Tone – Achieve a consistent skin tone by detecting and evening out disparities.
  10. White Teeth – Brighten smiles by mechanically detecting and whitening teeth.
  11. Fabric – Enhance clothing by smoothing out wrinkles and creases.
  12. Skin Mask – A one-click solution for skin selection in photos.
  13. Mattifier – Eliminate unwanted shine from skin, ensuring a matte finish.
  14. Color Match – A creative tool that extracts colours from any image, allowing you to use them to your photos. It also offers LUT export for each photo and video editing.

With Retouch4me’s plugins, photo retouching becomes a breeze, ensuring skilled results each time.

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