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Photographers often find it challenging to make color adjustments, and this course will clear up the confusion and help you optimize color with confidence. It starts with an overview of general color issues and settings in Photoshop, explores the various adjustment options that relate to color in photos, and covers advanced techniques for fine-tuning color or adding a creative touch.
(MUSIC). Hello, I'm Tim Grey. If you're like many photographers, you've probably struggled from time to time with color corrections for your photos. At times, you may have even felt that you just don't have a good eye for color. This course will address those issues and more, to help improve your skills and confidence in applying accurate color corrections. I'll start by presenting some of the basic concepts related to your system configuration and color in general, including some great methods for evaluating the color in your photos. Next, we'll take a look at some of the basic techniques for color adjustments, including establishing accurate color in a RAW conversion. Using automatic adjustments, taking advantage of the incredible vibrance adjustment, applying a colour tint or removing a colour cast and more. We'll then dive in into focused colour corrections, meaning colour corrections that affect a specific area of a photo.
You'll see how to shift the color balance for a specific range of colors, how to tone down problem colors, how to create neutral highlight and shadow values, how to improve color in skin tones and much much more. By the end of this course you'll have the knowledge and confidence you need to apply accurate and effective color corrections to your photos. Let's get started.
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