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Shoot in color, but think in black and white. In this course, Adobe Photoshop Senior Product Manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes shares his favorite techniques for transforming color photographs into black and white, a technique that provides more creative options than using your camera's black-and-white mode. Learn how to prepare and fine-tune your photographs in Lightroom, and then move them into Photoshop to take advantage of its nondestructive adjustment layers. The course also introduces techniques for using Photoshop to adjust the color of video clips.
Thank you so much for watching this course. I hope you've learned a lot about black and white in Lightroom and Photoshop, but also about how they apply to your color images as well, and not just working in the software, but seeing in black and white out in the world. Black and white is a lot of fun, and it lends itself to a lot of different photos, and even video. So, hopefully this gets you out shooting, and playing around with the images that you already have. If you'd like to learn more, there are a lot courses from Lynda on Photoshop, and there are other courses beyond that, like Foundations of Photography.
So, have a great time, get out there shooting, and I hope you enjoy yourself and the software.
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