Gray card tips and tricks


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Gray card tips and tricks

I have saved my changes as High-key portrait.psd found inside the 14_levels_curves folder. In this exercise, I am going to pass along a trick that works well if you photographed a gray card inside of an image and then because most photographs are captured without a gray card, I will show you how to fake a gray card that may or may not work for you. It is fairly analogous to the way that the Auto Color command works inside of Photoshop. So it is sort of a hit or miss proposition. Anyway, I am going to go ahead and collapse my Adjustments panel, turn off the Levels Adjustment, switch to the background layer as well.

I am also going to switch over here to the legitimate Eyedropper tool which you can get by pressing the I key. The reason is, because it is the king of the eyedropper. So any changes that you make to this tool also affect other eyedroppers inside of Photoshop including the three eyedroppers in the Levels panel. Notice currently, and by default, that Sample Size is set to Point S...

Gray card tips and tricks
Video duration: 6m 5s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Gray card tips and tricks 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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Photoshop
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