What I'm going to do in this movie, is I'm going to…do some adjustments to one image and then I'm going to apply…those adjustments to a few others showing that you don't have…to individually work on each photo because that is just so laborious.…Not necessary at all, so what I'm going to…do is work with these edit ones right here.…Now we're…in a stack, on all of these. I'll collapse those stacks, and do…that by just clicking on the little number up here that shows we're in a stack.…
And, we're working in versions because I want you to…be able to see what the original shots look like.…They'll be the ones without an Edit 1, or Edit 2, or an Edit 3.…And then when we edit photos, I'll have…these edit numbers on there.…So, for this particular movie, we're going to be…working with the edit ones of these three cameras.…Actually, it's one camera.…Three different views. Right?…All right, so, here we go. Let's do it.…So, first thing I want to do is I want to crop this image.…
So, we'll. Just hit the C key, C for crop,…
- 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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