NBP Freqsep Control Panel 1.1 | Adobe Photoshop | 75MB
If you are familiar with the process of using the frequency separation in your workflow retouching, then you are probably aware, and frustrated, lack of total control and some average results you get when using it. While the method is still a staple of retouching skin, the main approach to set it in Photoshop has been more or less the same for some time, and accepted as such.
The basic premise of the frequency separation is to build capacity in Photoshop to manipulate materials and textures colors separately, giving you the control to achieve perfect skin tone without clearing the skin texture. On paper, this sounds good to be true. For many retoucher, the discovery of this method is initially exciting and ultimately disappointing due to the limitations of the classic setup process frequency separation.
Then add the workflow slowdowns while processing filters and other functions involved in configuration and frequency separation becomes a necessary evil, perhaps, but it makes you feel a little dispassionate about the results.
But what if you could have a little more control, all in one panel, and achieve better results? You may have greater demands on their tweaks and always be looking intensify. Accept and implement what the other one will take you so far. Here is where Freqsep Control.