In this video, learn what Adjustment layers are and discover why they are the best non-destructive way to work.
- [Instructor] Adjustment layers are a great way … to make non-destructive changes to an image. … Let me show you how this works. … Let's say I wanted to change the color of her coat. … Well I would select the layer that the coat's in … and open an adjustment layer. … To get to them, … you click on this little black and white circle, … I like to call it the cookie, and you can see … there's a whole bunch of different options … for adjustment layers. … We're just going to talk about a couple of them. … Hue saturation is one that I use a lot. … It allows you to change the color of everything … that's beneath it, without doing any damage, … or permanently making changes. … So it added a hue saturation layer … and over in the properties tab is where we can adjust it. … Up here on top is the hue slider. … And if we drag it to the right, or to the left, … we can sort of go through the rainbow of hues … and pick a different color for this. … So let's go somewhere in the blues. … Now you noticed it changed the color of everything, …
- Why render in Photoshop?
- Scanning artwork
- Using Dodge and Burn
- Using the drawing and painting tools in Photoshop
- Adding color to your images
- Working with scanned color illustrations
- Layout styles for fashion portfolios
- Working with color libraries
- Creating mood boards
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop for Fashion: Warping Pattern Fillswith Robin Schneider2h 51m Intermediate
1. Basics You Need to Know
2. Working with Sketches
3. Working with Scanned Color Illustrations
Saving for print2m 15s
5. Creating Mood Boards
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