Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding light to a flat photograph, part of Adobe Camera Raw: Making Selective Adjustments.
- With this photograph, I want to show you another example…of how we can use the Radial Filter…in order to craft the look in a photograph.…This image was captured in open shade.…The lighting is pretty flat, and so what I want to do…with this photograph that I made is I want…to add a bit more brilliance to it, a little bit more glow.…So in order to do that, I'm going to tap the J key…to select the Radial Filter.…Next, I'll click on the plus icon for my Temperature.…I know that this is going to need to be warmed up,…because open shade tends to be a little bit cool.…Then I'll bring up my Exposure value.…
Highlights, I'm going to keep those down,…so I'll drop that down just a little bit here.…Bring up a touch of Saturation here as well.…Now, when we go down to the bottom for our Feather,…probably need a little less Feather for this.…Then we'll just click and drag out,…and I want to create a light…which is this nice, big light source.…Can you kind of see how I'm just illuminating the frame?…We can control where this is.…
- Painting in light
- Brightening eyes and whitening teeth
- Making colors come alive
- Working with the Graduated Filter
- Adding light with the Radial Filter
- Removing blemishes
Skill Level Advanced
1. Adjustment Brush
2. Graduated Filter
Making vibrant color2m 58s
3. Radial Filter
4. Removing Blemishes
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