If you have access to the Exercise Files for this title, you'll see both the original versions of an image, and a second pictures that displays the edits. All of this information is contained in the Photos Library Container.
- [Voiceover] I wanna talk a little bit about…the difference between Editing Extensions,…that you can get in the Mac Apps Store,…which is what we're looking at right now,…and the Editing Extensions that…you can download directly from the Developer Site.…And sometimes there is a difference.…Now, my inclination is,…to go with Mac Store Apps whenever I can,…whenever they're of equal value.…The reason being, it's easier…to keep everything up to date,…and spread 'em across machines,…and all that kinda stuff.…I just think the management part of it,…is a lot better with apps purchased in the App Store.…
But sometimes there's a difference,…and Snapheal is a good example.…Here is the Mac App Store version right here,…and you see it's only four dollars and ninety-nine cents.…But after using it, I can tell you…that it's a little different…then the Snapheal that you can download from Macphun,…which is the developer for this software.…And I'll go over to their site right now.…Here it is from the Macphun site.…And it's actually part of Creative Kit.…
In this course, photographer, author, and educator Derrick Story demonstrates his favorite editing extensions for performing local adjustments. These tools round out what already exists in Photos, providing the photographer with a complete image editing toolbox. Step-by-step, he selects an image from the library, explains how he wants to change it, and then chooses the appropriate editing extension to complete the job.
- How extensions for Photos work
- Applying color effects with Color Filters for Photos
- Split-toning an image with the Tonality extension
- Creating a black-and-white image with Tonality
- Retouching a portrait with Snapheal
- Using external editors like Photoshop with Photos
Skill Level Intermediate
Photos for OS X Essential Trainingwith Derrick Story4h 16m Beginner
Photos for OS X: Enhancing Imageswith Richard Harrington2h 26m Intermediate
Photo Archiving: Preserving Family Memorieswith Erika Thornes52m 47s Intermediate
1. Color Effects and Filters
2. Black and White and Split Toning
3. Heal and Clone
4. Improve Portraits
5. Use Your Favorite Software with Photos
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