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In Photoshop CS5: Athletic Retouching Projects, Chris Orwig demonstrates how to use Photoshop CS5 to add energy, motion, and strength to portraits and shots of athletes in action. This course covers removing blemishes from the subject and the background, adding motion blur, enhancing muscle tone, and making adjustments to photos shot in outdoor lighting conditions. Sections on underwater portraits and working with multiples subjects are also included. Exercise files accompany the course.
Welcome, my name is Chris Orwig. I'm a photographer, and I'm a teacher. I'm on the faculty at the Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California, where we are right now. It's a beautiful morning. Here in this course, we're going to focus in our working on photographs of athletes. What we'll be learning will be applicable to many different types of photographs as well. So what exactly will we be covering this training title? Well, we'll start it off by taking a look at those small details; how can we clean up our photographs. Then we'll into other topics, like how can we enhance an image by working on its color and tone, or sharpening the photograph.
Of course, we'll explore how we can make some creative adjustments as well. We're going to cover all of these topics and more. We've a lot of exciting content ahead of us. So without further delay, let's begin!
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