Much like Elements' skin fixer, in PhotoTune you start by clicking on a patch of skin. There you can pick, as your starting point, African, Asian, Caucasian, Latin, or Middle Eastern -- or you can just try them all. You'll get an automatic preview of the software's best guess. If you don't like it, you can make the color a little pinker or a little yellower. The rest of the colors in the image, by default, fall in line with the correction you've made to the skin.