Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Painting away the adjustment from unwanted areas, part of Adobe Camera Raw: Making Selective Adjustments.
- In this movie, we will build upon…what we already know about the graduated filter.…So if you haven't watched the previous movie,…go back and check that one out.…Then come back here.…And in this movie, we're going to take a two-step approach.…We'll begin by using the graduated filter.…And then, our second step will be to use the brush…in order to fine-tune the adjustment. Alright.…Well, perhaps the most common use of the graduated filter…is in a scenario like this,…where we have good exposure in the foreground,…but the background, the sky is just too bright.…Well, what I want to do with the sky is darken…it up a little bit and add some color there, as well.…
So let's go ahead and select the graduated filter…by tapping the G key or by clicking on the icon right here.…Next, I'm going to click on my Exposure plus icon…just to add exposure and zero everything else out.…And then, customize my sliders.…And, actually, rather than add, I want to remove.…So I'll go ahead and drop that down.…So I'm going to bring this value down.…
- 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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