Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding an adjustment layer, part of Photoshop for the iPad First Look.
- [Instructor] What I'd like to do next in this image … is just to add an overall adjustment … just for a little bit of tuning. … And to do that, I'm going to go over to the right-hand side … of the screen and long-press on the plus icon there … to access the options and choose an adjustment layer. … And just as with the clipped adjustments, … you choose the kind of adjustment that you would like, … so here, for example, I think I'll choose … a hue saturation adjustment. … And just for the moment, I'm going to hide … the layer stack just there. … Okay, 'cause it's not really necessary for me to see that … while I'm doing this. … And then I could tune this a little bit. … So maybe I want to make it even more richer blue there, … so I can push that across a little bit, … desaturate that slightly if I want to. … And even if I wanted to, I could colorize … the whole thing, as well, so there you go, do that. … I can change the blending of this, … so if I bring this down, for example, … to overlay, it's going to make everything …
- Opening a document
- Exploring the interface
- Making selections
- Working on masks
- Creating layers and layer groups
- Adding adjustment layers
- Retouching images
- Using blending modes
- Exporting from Photoshop for the iPad
Skill Level Beginner
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Cloud documents2m 38s
1. Getting Started
2. Making Selections and Masks
3. Working with Layers
5. Retouching and Blending
6. Composite Projects
7. Publishing and Exporting
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