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Photo manipulation has fascinated people since it was first experimented with in the 1860s. Today we’ve come a long way since photographers had to fiddle with chemicals in dark rooms to perform what seems like magic. Powerful tools like Photoshop make it easy to reimagine even something as complex as a person’s face. I’ve been in love with photo manipulation since childhood, and today’s post is about having a bit of fun with a method called frequency separation. Without diving too far into the tech specs of FS, it involves separating the colors from the texture in order to gain control over each of them independently.