Blending HDR toning for a more subtle effect


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Blending HDR toning for a more subtle effect

Because it's actually quiet simple to use HDR Toning to create really surreal- looking images, what I want to here take a little bit of a different approach. I want to take a look at how we can leverage HDR Toning, and apply that to an image and apply it in a way that perhaps doesn't look very good, but then use that image and blend it perhaps into another photograph in order to come up with a look that's much more subtle. Let's take a look at how we can do that here with this black-and-white photograph. The first thing I want to do is navigate to Image and here choose Duplicate.

Go ahead and click OK. I always like to duplicate my original image just so I have that extra flexibility, and here with this technique it's going to be quiet important. Let's zoom in on the photograph, and then we will navigate to Image > Adjustments, and here we are going to choose HDR Toning. Now on this HDR Toning dialog, what I am going to do is bring in some nice Detail. I am also ...

Blending HDR toning for a more subtle effect
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Blending HDR toning for a more subtle effect provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop and Bridge CS5 for Photographers New Features

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Photography
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