Now we need to modify our selection. To do this zoom in a lot by pressing Ctrl+(+)/Cmd+(+). Decrease your brush size by pressing “[”. Now slowly brush over the area which you want to select.

11_thumb3 - Selecting Skin Tones Using Photoshop CS6 | TrickyPhotoshop

After spending a lot of time on this step your image should look like this.

12_thumb1 - Selecting Skin Tones Using Photoshop CS6 | TrickyPhotoshop

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  • Ravi Varma Nrv

    I Done What U Have Said but while using masking tool skin color changing

    • Vaibhav

      I see that you have enabled “Quick Mask Mode”. Actually the skin color is not changing. As the “Quick Mask Mode” is turned on, your skin is overlaid my Red color. Simply press Q to disable Quick mask Mode.

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