Join Bryan O'Neil Hughes for an in-depth discussion in this video Adjusting the toning of your image, part of Lightroom and Photoshop: Black and White (2013).
We talked before about Split Toning in Lightroom.…Now I would like to show you a couple of ways to tone our black and white…image in Photoshop.…So, let's just take a simple black and white, and you'll notice that there is a Tint checkbox.…This is the fastest and easiest way to do this. I can come in here, I can change…my tone, and you see that I have incredible control when it comes to the colors.…I have millions of colors, and all different shades, but it kind of comes on strong,…and it's hard to bias just how much there is. The way that I prefer to that is…to use the Photo Filter.…
So, if I click that, and then change this to Color. Come in, let's say I want…that same blue tone;…I can come over here, click OK, and now I can adjust the Density of that, and I…have a lot more control.…So, it's kind of like that Lightroom method of choosing the color, and then…playing around with the slider.…There is one more way to do that selectively, so let's go ahead and merge…what we have, so we're working with just the black and white information here.…
- Why black and white?
- Shooting with black and white in mind
- Setting up Lightroom and creating image versions
- Utilizing presets effectively
- Creating black-and-white HDR images with Lightroom and Photoshop
- Taking advantage of black-and-white adjustment layers
- Adjusting the toning of images
- Working with the Silver Efex plugin