- [Instructor] The next thing that I wanna do…with this photograph is to work on the graduated…filter adjustment and improve the details.…So if we select the graduated filter and click on it,…and just exaggerate for a moment…and change this to something, let me see,…what could I find I could change it to?…Maybe I'd modify my exposure.…You can see how it's modifying this area…but also the background.…I don't want that so if you grab the brush,…you can erase and you wanna turn auto mask on,…have a little bit of a lower flow, nice brush size…and a lower flow means that it will,…you can paint this adjustment away kind of incrementally.…
If you increase this, you can paint it away really quickly.…So as I move around here, can you see how I'm…painting away this adjustment.…Now I know this adjustment is exaggerated…but I think I'm, it's more helpful to see from a…teaching perspective with it at this really high level…of how you can limit this adjustment from a certain area.…Turn auto mask off and then go over it…because otherwise you'll have some patchy spots…
- 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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