I'm looking to increase my dodging and burning skills (mainly for portrait & wedding work) but I just can't get that pro look that many award winning photos have. Maybe someone knows of a highly acclaimed dodging/burning book, video, or online tutorial? I simply want to be doing it like the pros so I don't waste any time teaching myself the wrong way. Of course, I realize that the pros photo itself was most likely great to begin with, but I'm just unsure as to the correct process of it all. I have little experience with it in PS and the results I've had with it give skin tones a very inaccurate color. I've been using a multiple layers technique instead and have had much better results. I've heard that this method is actually better because dodging actually destroys pixels (who knows if that's true). I have noticed though that using levels and layers along with the eraser tool have looked more natural on the skin tones and color in general.