- [Instructor] All right, in order to finish off…this project we'll be making three more adjustments…using the curves adjustment layer and some masking.…So if we zoom out a little bit…and start to evaluate the image,…one of the things that I notice is that the shirt…is still too bright and the hat is still too bright.…So I'll create a curves adjustment here,…clicking on the curves adjustment layer icon…and I'm gonna bring down the curve point here,…and I'm looking to just bring down a darkening value…that's going to affect the shirt.…
I'm ignoring the face for a moment.…We're gonna have a little bit of contrast in that…so it's not totally flat,…but I'm just looking something like that.…The next, I'll go ahead and invert the mask.…You can do that by going to the properties panel…for the area where you have controls…for the mask and click invert.…Then grab a brush and I want to paint with white…so I have a nice bright white there.…And I want to paint with a pretty big brush.…Not quite that big but pretty big.…And opacity, probably about 60% actually will work well,…
- Selecting keepers
- Creating collections
- Creating a strong black-and-white look
- Cropping portraits
- Retouching skin and other features
- Fine-tuning portraits
Skill Level Intermediate
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