Dodge and Burn in action


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Dodge and Burn in action

Now that we understand how to selectively enhance the contrast of a mask using the Dodge and Burn tools, that is, by setting the Dodge tool to Highlights and the Burn tool to Shadows, let's actually do the deed here. I am still working inside of the Images applied.tif file that I opened in the previous exercise. The only change I have made is to duplicate the Curves modification channel and rename it Dodge and burn, that's all I have done. Now let's go ahead and grab the Burn tool for starters here but before we begin painting, I want you to bring up your History palette. I don't care, how many states you are seeing inside your History palette. I want you to click in front of the most recent state in order to assign it as the source state. What that does by the way, is it keeps the state from sliding off the palette, when you have more than 20 operations because once you start painting with the Dodge and Burn tools, you are going to paint more than 40 times, and you ar...

Dodge and Burn in action
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Dodge and Burn in action 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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Photoshop
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