Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Painting away exposure problems, part of Adobe Camera Raw: Making Selective Adjustments.
In this movie I want to show you how we can use…our adjustment brush in order to fix…exposure issues in our image.…Now this image looks good to the eye.…Yet if we were to turn on our clipping indicators,…you can find those up here in the histogram,…turn them on just by clicking on these icons here,…we can see we have a few little exposure issues.…Let me zoom in on this so we can see it better.…What this is showing us is that we have a highlight…which is too bright, or if I were to modify…my black slider just to simulate for a second,…you can see that I have an area where the blacks,…the darkest tones, are too dark.…
In other words, there isn't detail there…and the image won't print very well.…So this is an issue that we need to fix.…Well one of the ways that we can fix this…is by using our sliders and controls here…in the basic and also the tone curve panel.…Another way is to use the adjustment brush.…Here I'll select the adjustment brush.…I'm going to go to the highlights here…and just drop this highlight 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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