Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Consistent, predictable, and accurate color, part of Photoshop CS6: Optimal Output.
I find accuracy to be a little bit of a funny topic when it comes to photography. …After all we all want to make sure that our prints accurately reflect our images …but we don't always want our images to accurately reflect what we saw in front …of our camera. For example with this image the original …didn't look anything like this. I'll turn off my adjusted layer and you …can see the original. These are some prayer sticks in Japan, …and they're interesting, but I wasn't really thrilled with the overall effect. …And so I applied some creative effects in order to change the impact, the overall …tone of the image. So this you could say is not an accurate photograph.…
It's based on real subject, but it involves quite a bit of interpretation on …my part. But once I've gotten to the point where …I'm happy with this image, you can bet that I want accurate results. …I want to be able to share this image with others via email. …On the web, in prints and through other means, and in all cases I want the output …
- Getting started with color management
- Early-workflow sharpening
- Output preparation
- When not to sharpen
- Advanced sharpening techniques
- Printing a photo
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Color Management
2. Early Workflow Sharpening
In-camera sharpening2m 27s
3. Output Preparation
4. Advanced Sharpening Techniques
5. Printing a Photo
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