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In Photoshop CS6 for Photographers, author, photographer, and teacher Chris Orwig explores Photoshop from the perspective of the photographer.
The course details the features and techniques behind enhancing and retouching photos, preparing them for print and online publishing, and much more. Chris demonstrates how to make basic edits in Camera Raw, develop and save color profiles, work with layers and selections, tone and sharpen, and retouch images while retaining their natural character.
Chris also shares some creative tips and project ideas, such as converting a photo to black-and-white and enhancing a portrait with hand-painted masks. The course also covers workflow details, such as organizing images in Bridge and Mini Bridge, optimizing Photoshop preferences, and calibrating your monitor.
If you're a Premium Member to the lynda.com Online Training Library, or if you're watching these movies on a disk, you have access to the exercise files. Once you've located the exercise files folder, you can go ahead and double-click it in order to open it up. Here we'll discover that I've organized all of the different images that we'll be working on throughout the entirety of this course in different folders. Each of these folders are specific to the chapter. For example, when we're in Chapter 5, you can go ahead and open that folder and then access and work with the files that we'll be using in that chapter.
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