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Sit down and strap in for an extended deep dive into the mysterious world of advanced color correction in Adobe Photoshop. This special installment of Photoshop Color Correction shows you the workflow, toolset, settings, and techniques you'll need to address advanced color challenges. Taz Tally covers how to quickly evaluate and adjust color using nondestructive editing tools and techniques and how to improve your workflow speed using keyboard shortcuts, preferences, and tool settings, and explains how grayscale, neutrals, and skin tone values play into color correction. Then you'll learn how to evaluate, measure, and correct color in different photographs, from landscapes to portraits, using Curves, adjustment layers, grayscale targets, layer masks, and Smart Filters. The last chapter details how to proof, sharpen, and export your corrected files.
Hi, I'm Taz Tally and welcome to Photoshop Color Correction: Advanced. In this course we'll look at setting up Photoshop color correction tools, and establish a workflow for evaluating, measuring, and correcting, or creatively adjusting color in images using visual, graphical, and numeric techniques. I'll start by explaining how to visually evaluate an image, by identifying key elements of an image such as new tools and skin tones, by using your eyes.
Then we will see how to use the histogram and info tools to evaluate the color balance and creatively adjust an image. We will see how to create color balanced images that are ready for output, using curved adjustment layers, gray-scale target, layer mass and smart filter layers. Now let's get started with Advanced Color Correction in Photoshop.
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