Add a radial gradient Photoshop CC (2013)


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Adding a radial gradient

In order to selectively apply any of the local adjustments in a circular mass, you'll want to use the radial filter in Camera Raw. So with these two images selected, I'll use Cmd+R on Mac or Ctrl+R on Windows in order to open them into Camera Raw. Let's go ahead and select the radial filter. We can do this by either tapping the J key, or by selecting it up here in the tool palette. And you'll notice that just like the graduated filter, we have all these different attributes that we can load up our radial filter with, in order to create a selective adjustment.

In order to make this really obvious, let's go ahead and click on the minus next to exposure. What that does is it'll reset all of my other sliders making sure that I'm just working with exposure. And we'll make it really dramatic, by just dragging down to the left. Now I want to make sure that I position the cursor in the center of where I want the radial filter to have its effect, bec...

Adding a radial gradient
Video duration: 6m 35s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Adding a radial gradient provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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