So one of the really cool things about having tons of images to play with in the archives is that when new software comes around you can pull up some old files that you might have thought of as throw aways, or you didn’t have time to to tackle, just to see what you can do with the latest and greatest. That’s what happened here. I will call the new plugin from OnOne software, Perfect Portrait 1, both of those, emphasis on the “greatest.” Sliced bread was no where near this cool. Wow, I have to admit I was pretty shocked at the results with very little time involved and no tutorial scouring to figure out how to use it. I did put a few tweeks of my own in for good measure, but literally this is the before and after and it took like seconds to get to. This image of a beautiful model was shot late in the day when her makeup was not at her peek. Taking care of shine from oily skin can be challenging and time consuming to do believabley in post. The best fix is of course to have your makeup artist chained to your hip while shooting, I think maybe the second best option is Perfect Portrait 1. The interface is slick, easy to comprehend, and the results are quite impressive. If you haven’t tried it yet, I highly recommend checking out what I think is one of the best new retouching secret to hit the market. Just one of the indispensable plugins from On One’s new and heavily loaded arsenal of Perfect Photo Suite 6.