Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Using multiple Graduated Filter adjustments, part of Adobe Camera Raw: Making Selective Adjustments.
- In this movie, we'll be taking a look…at how we could use the Graduated Filter…in order to make linear adjustments…with really smooth transitions…over large areas for photographs.…You'll see how this work in a second.…But for starters what I want to do with this image,…so I want to make an adjustment…to this area of the photograph.…I want to brighten that up and add some more color there.…I want to make a second adjustment to this area here.…When you have a large area like this,…the Graduated Filter can be the perfect tool.…All right, well let's select the Graduated Filter…by tapping the G key on the keyboard…or by clicking on the Graduated Filter icon.…
Over on the right, you'll notice that we have very similar…sliders and controls, things that we've seen before.…What I like to do here is just to zero everything out…so I click on the plus or minus icon…that set up all of those other values to zero…and just work with one slider initially.…Here what I want to do is just bring up my Exposure.…I'm not exactly sure how I want to modify the color…
- 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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