Learn how to use high-dynamic-range (HDR) toning to add an edgy look to a black-and-white photo.
- [Voiceover] Hello, my name is Chris Orwig and welcome to this Black-and-White Project course where we're gonna look at how we can use HDR toning in order to craft a distinct look. In the first part of this course, we'll do a workflow project from start to finish, beginning with the raw file. There we'll look at how we can apply a few basic raw adjustments, then we'll jump over to Photoshop. In Photoshop, we'll explore how we can use our HDR toning controls in order to create an HDR version of our photograph which will then blend back into the original image.
We'll cover other topics as well like how we can retouch away distractions and how we can paint in darkness by using Curves and Masking. In the second part of the course, I'll highlight a few mini projects. The focus of these mini projects is to highlight how we can integrate the HDR toning effect into different types of photographs. Well thanks for joining me in this course. Let's begin.