Hey, this is Scott Strong, and I'm the certified trainer for The Training Farm. Today I'm going to show you how to make breasts look larger in Photoshop.
The thing that you want to keep in mind with any kind of image retouching is subtlety. We have this image here of a not so well endowed young lady on the beach, and what we want to do is just make them a little bit larger. What I'm going to do is I'm going to start by going over to the filter, and I'm going to choose liquefy.
Right now we have on the image a mesh that has been imposed upon it. The mesh size is large. If I zoom in a little closer, I'm hitting command-plus on my keyboard, or control-plus on a Windows machine, I'll zoom right into the area that we're going to modify. I'll start by masking off the areas that I don't want to change. So, I don't want her rib cage to get pulled out as I change the breast size. I'm going to paint over the rib cage area.
Next, what I'm going to do is, I'm going to choose the bloat tool. It helps to have a larger brush for this, so I'm just going to increase the brush size by hitting the right bracket key on my keyboard. Next, what I'm going to do is just click my mouse. You can see that it's already pushing things outward a bit more. We don't want to overdo it, but we do want to enhance things just a little bit.
If we zoom out we can see the change, and then I'm just going to hit OK. Just for basis of comparison, if I hit command Z, or control Z on a Windows machine, you can see we've made her breasts larger without attracting too much attention to that area.
And that's how you make breasts larger in Photoshop.