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Make your photos pop with the selective use of color and Adobe Photoshop. In this short course, Chris Orwig takes you through a few methods to achieve amazing results with creative color. You'll learn to create color splash effects, hand paint color in both traditional and modern ways, colorize a grayscale image, target a color with masking and adjustment layers, and create vivid, vibrant color that makes your pictures come alive.
Welcome, my name is Chris Orwig, and I'll be your host and guide in this course, as we focus in on how we can use Photoshop techniques to emphasize and enhance color in our photographs. And in this course, we'll talk about how we can create what's called the color splash effect. How we can remove color from the entire image except for a selected area. We'll also look at how we can do some hand coloring. How we can create this look in a traditional way or a more modern way where we change the background.
And also, the overall color palette of the picture. We'll look at how we can colorize a photograph, which is all about adding a color, or colors, on top of a gray scale image. And how we can use masking and adjustment layers in order to target a particular color in a photograph. And in addition, we'll look at how we can create some vivid and vibrant colors as well. So thanks for joining me. Let's begin.
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