In this video I just wanted to showcase the process that all of my photos go through before they are released. I start with retouching the wardrobe, little pieces of white fuzz and a few wrinkles caused by the way the model posed. I follow that up by starting to retouch the skin, making sure to not lose any skin texture because the airbrushed look is very 2003 and in my opinion just not attractive. You'll see me use the healing brush tool, spot healing brush tool, and the clone stamp tool a few time as well. I always pay a little extra attention to the eyes with the dodge and burn tools. On this particular photo I spent a little longer on the hair than i usually would, only because it was a strong part of the photograph. Mostly cloning from background areas to cover up where the stray hairs caused the hair to lose its sleek look, followed by using the spot healing brush and clone stamp to take care of any hair's that didn't flow down through the rest. I finish the photo off by utilizing the liquify tool to nip and tuck until i find what i feel is the perfect look for that cover model appearance.