Learn about how to make a global or local black-and-white adjustment.
- [Narrator] You didn't think you got away with it…that easy, do you?…Never works like that; there's always something else.…But this really is the last movie in this chapter.…And in this, we're going to make…a black-and-white adjustment,…because the client/customer/ other imaginary job role…that we're using for scenario purposes in this chapter…has decided that it would look kind of nice if this…was a black-and-white image, but with the product…and the logo in full color.…
So, we're going to make sure that happens.…What we're going to do is we're going to target…the last color layer that we need,…which is the mountaintop pose here,…with the backpack and the roundel above it.…Okay, so everything else below it,…if that's changed, that's just fine.…We'll go back to our adjustments,…if we click on that in the panel group…above the layers panel.…This time we're going to choose…a black-and-white adjustment layer;…it's the third one in on the middle row.…
Click on that and we get this lovely dialogue,…and it's a way that we can tune our image,…
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