Blending the Auto results


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Blending the Auto results

I have gone ahead and saved my changes from the previous exercise. First is Cute zombie.psd, because after all, with all this bluishness in her skin, she must be undead, and then we also have Sundial adjustments.psd; both are found inside the 14_levels_curves folder. In this exercise, I am going to take the results of the various Auto commands and I am going to merge them together to create the ideal color adjustment. So we'll start off inside the sundial image here. I am going to turn off Auto Color, because it's just a big disappointment. There is not much we are going to do with that.

But we should be able to mix Auto Contrast and Auto Tone together to create something pretty useful. So Auto Contrast is almost all the way there by itself. So I am going to put it in back of Auto Tone, so that we can reduce the Opacity of Auto Tone and reveal Auto Contrast in the background. Now we are seeing the yellowish Auto Tone layer, and now I'm just going to press the 2 key, and becau...

Blending the Auto results
Video duration: 4m 4s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Blending the Auto results 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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