Adjusting the density of a mask


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Adjusting the density of a mask

I've saved my progress as Two-filter group.psd, found inside the 17_shads_hilites folder, so called because I have two filters; GBlur and High Pass, inside of a group to which I've applied a Luminance Mask. But it's not quite right so far; I'm looking at the scene, thinking, okay, his face is really striking, volumetric detail, totally coming at you, all kinds of depth going on. This guy is rich with information. The sea is also very interesting.

The ground, whatever it's the ground, his shirt is so boring at this point. What can we do? I have brightened it up, but it still doesn't have sort of the sense of dimension as the rest of the scene. Also, I mean I have to say, part of the problem is he is wearing a polo-shirt. That was a bad idea given what we decided to do this image. It's kind of a dull shirt. But that's what we got to work with. So how do we rich in it up a little bit? Well, let's say, we want to fool around with the idea of putting the Shadows/...

Adjusting the density of a mask
Video duration: 7m 14s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Adjusting the density of a mask provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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