Converting to and correcting in 16-bit Lab


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Converting to and correcting in 16-bit Lab

Now we have got a great blend between the adjusted sky, the exposed sky and the exposed landscape right here. And by the way I should say I am working in a catchup document called The better sky mask.psd that you can open from the 17_16bitHDR folder and just to give you a sense of what kind of difference we have made, using this layer. Here is what the scene looks like without that Levels adjustment layer and this is what the scene looks like with that Levels adjustment layer. So it's just affecting the top most portion of the sky but it's doing a great job of making the sky nice and dramatic. Now at this point here, I want to go ahead and convert the document from the 32 bit per channel mode down to the 16 bit per channel mode so that I can apply other modifications for example, I want to bring up the saturation of my scene but I don't want to apply a pass of the Hue/Saturation command, I want something that affords to me a little more control.

So I want to switch to the L...

Converting to and correcting in 16-bit Lab
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Converting to and correcting in 16-bit Lab provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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