Adjust exposure in Photoshop Photoshop


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Adjusting exposure in Photoshop

Adjusting exposure and color correcting in Photoshop can bring more detail and pop to your images. Learning how to adjust both black and white or grayscale in color images will help bring the best starting image to your repair. We're going to take a look at two pictures today, a grayscale and a color picture. In the grayscale image, if I want to make an adjustment, again, I'm going to work non-destructively using my adjustment layers. And I have four options to work with tonal corrections. Brightness and contrast, levels, curves, and exposure.

We'll take a look at each one of these. Brightness and contrast is good for subtle adjustments. I can use my brightness slider to increase or decrease the brightness, and the contrast to add or remove detail. This is fine for subtle adjustments, but with something like this it's not really going to give me the range that I need for this lower right hand corner which has a blown out corner. I want to concentrate on that area and adjust this appropr...

Adjusting exposure in Photoshop
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Adjusting exposure in Photoshop provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Kevin Stohlmeyer as part of the Processing Product Photos with Photoshop

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Photography
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Photoshop
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