Colour wheels in applications like Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve are an absolute blessing when it comes to both colour correcting or colour grading video. It’s a feature that I’ve wished image editing applications like Photoshop had for years. Now, finally, a new Colour Wheels plugin from the folks at Retouching Toolkit gives them to you!
Retouching Toolkit 3.1 for Photoshop lets you make your own custom Photoshop panels
The Retouching Toolkit has become a very popular addon for retouching in Photoshop. It’s seen a number of iterations, and a massive update with version 3.0 just over 6 months ago. Now it’s received a 3.1 update with more big changes.
The new version comes with reinvented dodge & burn as well as frequency separation techniques, selective saturation, and the Configurator – a tool which lets you create your own Photoshop panels.
Retouching Toolkit 3.0 initial review – it kicks butt
When Conny told me about the brand new Retouching Toolkit 3.0, it almost felt too good to be true. Can you imagine having a more modular version of Photoshop? I wish it was like this out of the box. Since it isn’t, Conny had to go and make it and thank goodness he did.
It’s a software that allows you to make your own modular panels so that they can be used in Photoshop! It allows you to modify and combine your favorite actions, scripts, PS tools, shortcuts, and menu options in any way that is best for your own workflow. It’s future proof as it will begin to include future modules, updates, and it already has the ability to save and share setups from other users. So now you can combine different tools for different jobs in the most concise way possible. That is the premise of the new Retouching Toolkit.
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