We're going to work on backdrop right now.…And let's pick Edit 3 right here for our Polaroid Camera.…And we'll open it up.…So, we've got to do something with this backdrop.…I mean it's, just sort of in between,…color-wise and i think even in terms of Luminance.…So, we're going to fix it because what we want to do is make the camera.…The product come forward. So we're going…to go over to our color brick right here and just make sure it's selected.…
And then I'm going to pick one of the color bricks here.…I always, you know it's funny, this is a you may notice as…you watch this, I always pick a color brick that's close to the Color.…Already, even though I'm going to use the eye dropper.…But actually I could use any of these color bricks, right?…I could start with green and once I take…a sample it's going to change.…So there's no real rhyme or reason to that.…I don't know why…(LAUGH)…start, maybe i just like the nice range of colors there.…
So anyway, we've taken a sample, of the backdrop,…and now we can do some adjustments to it.…
- Evaluating the image quality before editing
- Making sure the color is accurate
- Determining the most effective color
- Working with highlight recovery
- Targeting areas for sharpening
- Adjusting the background
- Changing the color of objects
- Round-tripping with Photoshop
- Converting to black and white with Silver Efex Pro
- Applying effects
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Basics
Deciding how much to crop3m 34s
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