Adding a filter mask


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Adding a filter mask

This time around I've save my changes as Prematurely gray.psd found inside the 06_filter_masks folder, so called because what in the world has happened to this guy's hair? It has turned prematurely gray. Somehow we have brought out gray in this young man's hair and I'm not sure exactly how that happened, especially when if you turn-off the Smart Filters here, his hair is just jet black. I mean there's barely any detail going on inside that hair. And yet thanks to the fact that we created this extreme non-filtering effect here, Shadows/Highlights, we're able to raise those highlights from the dead and as a result create a prematurely gray look.

I am going to go ahead and zoom out from this guy a little bit so we can see not only does his hair have this gray look to it but we're also bringing out all kinds of detail inside that jacket. Check that out. I'll go ahead and turn-off Smart Filters for a second and you can see jacket, just black. It doesn't look...

Adding a filter mask
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Adding a filter mask provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Smart Objects

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Design Photography
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