Introduce Shadows/Highlights Photoshop CS6


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Introducing Shadows/Highlights

In this movie I'm going to introduce you to the Shadows/Highlights filter. We first saw it back in Chapter 7 of the fundamentals course, but in these next couple of movies I'm going to give you a much better sense of how the filter works. Now if you take a look at the final version of the image here, you'll see that there are only three filters assigned to the Smart Object, they're High Pass, Gaussian Blur, and Shadows/Highlights. Notice that Lens Correction is missing and that's because I needed to apply this Filter Mask, but the Filter Mask could not effect the Lens Correction filter, because if it did, we would burrow our way down to the distorted image, which wouldn't work at all. Which means what we need to do is put our current Smart Object inside of another Smart Object, so that it is not affected by this Filter Mask, and here's how that works.

I'll go ahead and switch back to my image in progress, and with the dude layer selected go up ...

Introducing Shadows/Highlights
Video duration: 3m 54s 11h 9m Advanced

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Introducing Shadows/Highlights provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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