Adding grain and tone to a black-and-white image


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Adding grain and tone to a black-and-white image

In this movie, we are going to continue our conversation about black and white conversion. But you can think of this movie a little bit like a bonus movie. This isn't an essential movie. I thought it would be kind of fun to convert this image to black and white as well as include a couple other little fun effects which tend to come into play when you are converting to black and white. So let's go ahead and double-click this file to open it in Photoshop. I have to go to Full Screen View mode and then zoom in just a touch here. Now, when I zoom-in, I say, Oh! Adorable photograph. Yet I notice that I need to retouch this image a little bit. So let's go ahead and select the Healing Brush.

Now, the Healing Brush is pretty interesting, and there is a new feature inside of Photoshop. What you need to do is hold down the Option key on a Mac/Alt key on a PC to sample an area, and then reposition your cursor. Now, when you do, you notice that you get a preview of what you are going ...

Adding grain and tone to a black-and-white image
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Adding grain and tone to a black-and-white image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS4 for Photographers

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Photography
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