Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video The Adjustment Brush, part of Photoshop CS6 Raw Workshop.
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As you're working on optimizing the appearance of your photos in Adobe Camera …Raw, sometimes you might find that you want to apply an adjustment that affects …a specific area of the image. The Adjustment Brush allows you to do …exactly that. You can paint an adjustment into a …specific area of the photo. For this image, I'd like to add a little …bit of contrast to the sky, for example. So, I'll go ahead and choose the …Adjustment Brush from the toolbar and then I can work to fine-tune my settings. …Generally speaking, I prefer to apply an exaggerated adjustment when I'm initially …defining a particular area, to make it easier to see exactly where I'm affecting …the image, and to make sure that I'm affecting only the areas that I want to.…
I'll go ahead and scroll down so that we can see the Brush options. …So I'll start with an exaggerated Exposure adjustment. …I'll just darken the image significantly. Note that the image is not changing at …all though because this is an Adjustment Brush tool and so I need to paint the …
- Opening RAW captures
- Setting Camera Raw preferences
- Evaluating with Preview
- Resetting adjustments
- Processing multiple images
- Basic adjustments
- Image transformation
- Camera calibration
- Focused adjustments
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
Adobe Camera Raw overview1m 50s
Opening RAW captures1m 56s
Checking for updates1m 35s
Zooming and panning3m 1s
Histogram evaluation3m 44s
Evaluating with previews1m 46s
Resetting adjustments1m 33s
Workflow options4m 42s
Cancel, Save, Done, or Open5m 28s
Processing multiple images4m 37s
2. Basic Adjustments
3. Advanced Adjustments
4. Focused Adjustments
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