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Color and tonal adjustments

Color and tonal adjustments: Create a Portrait Collage in Photoshop
Color and tonal adjustments: Create a Portrait Collage in Photoshop

Seán Duggan applies final color and tonal adjustments to the portrait collage image. He shows how to use layer masks to fine-tune the background extension, move layers for a better visual effect, and use the Crop tool in a way where you can choose to either delete or not delete the cropped pixels. He shows how to use the Clone Stamp tool on a separate retouching layer and also uses different adjustment layers to unify the color balance between the images and apply a color toning effect to the background images. H also uses layer clipping groups or clipping masks to restrict the effect of an adjustment layer to a specific image layer.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 35m
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Masking + Compositing Photography Portraits Photoshop

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