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Photoshop CS4's adjustment features offer unparalleled opportunities to correct and manipulate images. In Photoshop CS4: Image Adjustments in Depth, Jan Kabili explains how to use all the major Photoshop adjustment features. She shares the best techniques for adjusting image quality, and shows how to use the new Adjustments panel to streamline a photo correction workflow. Jan also demonstrates multiple ways to eliminate color casts, and explains how to use the new On-Image Curves control to adjust brightness and color. This course offers a detailed look at the techniques photographers and designers use to master image adjustments in Photoshop. Exercise files accompany the course.
If you're a premium member of the Lynda.com Online Training Library, or if you're viewing the course on a DVD, you have access to the Exercise Files. These are image files that I'll use as examples as I teach each lesson. I've organized the Exercise Files by chapter, the same chapters that you see in the Table of Contents for this course. You could see my Exercise Files open here on my Mac. Inside the exercise files folder, are chapter folders, and inside each chapter folder, there's a subfolder for each movie in that chapter that contains the exercise files for that particular movie. For most movies, I'll start with the files open and you can open the same files to follow along.
If you're monthly or an annual subscriber to Lynda.com, I'm really sorry, but you don't have access to the Exercise Files. But that's okay, because you can still follow along with the lessons using your own files. I hope you enjoy using these Exercise Files as examples to learn about Photoshop adjustments.
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