Teeth Whitening in Photoshop
Teeth whitening is a service that offers teeth whitening services in the form of photoshop. They offer their services to people who are not satisfied with their natural teeth and want to have a whiter smile. This Service provide a way to make teeth whiter while editing images. There are two ways in which this can be done: Using the eyedropper tool and using the brush tool. To use the eyedropper tool, you would take a sample of your teeth and paste it into the document. Once this is done, you would make adjustments with Hue/Saturation. The second method is to use the brush tool to paint over your teeth, then finish up with a layer mask and using Hue/Saturation on whatever part you want to change color.
Benefits of Teeth Whitening
Whitening your teeth can make you feel more confident about your smile and it can increase the appeal of food photos. Photographers and editors often have to remove the impression of teeth stains for a variety of reasons. With our services, there is no need to remove the stain manually, which saves time and money.
Teeth Image Adjustment
Teeth image adjustment has been used in photography as well as in advertising and graphics design industry. Many companies are utilizing these services because it speeds up the process of adjusting images, helps to scale the process and produces better results when compared to traditional editing methods. It saves your time, capture perfect shots and make your photos perfect for any given environment.
Basic steps for removing tooth stains from a photo in Adobe Photoshop:
- Open the photo
- Crop the parts that do not need to be seen
- Make sure that the photo is on a blank layer
- Make sure that all layer blending options are set to “Screen”
- Invert the colors of your photo by going to Image > Adjustments > Invert Colors
- Apply a second adjustment layer by clicking on Adjustment Layer > Hue/Saturation.
- Set hue saturation value of this second adjustment layer to “89”
- Use a third adjustment layer by clicking on Adjustment Layer > Levels.