Working with color and tonal adjustments


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Working with color and tonal adjustments

If you've chosen wisely, your cover image shouldn't require too much in the way of color or tonal adjustment. That said, you may want to warm up or cool down the mood of the image by adjusting its color temperature, or white balance. Or perhaps you want to make minor adjustments to the shadow and highlight detail. If you're the photographer, hopefully you've captured the image in the Camera RAW file format, or perhaps the image has been supplied to you in the JPEG or TIFF file format. Either way, you can make changes non-destructively using the Photoshop Camera RAW plug-in.

So here, I'm beginning with a JPEG, but if I want to do some minor editing to this in Camera RAW, I can come and click on this icon right here, or from the File menu I can choose Open in Camera RAW. Since this is a JPEG image, there isn't as much data as there would be had the image been a Camera RAW file format, but I still have the same tool set. I'm just going to make a few very minor adjustments...

Working with color and tonal adjustments
Video duration: 3m 50s 2h 45m Intermediate

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Working with color and tonal adjustments provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Designing a Magazine Cover

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Design
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Illustrator InDesign Photoshop
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