Introducing the Variations command


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Introducing the Variations command

In is exercise, I am going to show you how to approach that very same image using an entirely different command, Variations, which provides the advantage of a highly visual approach. One that I think helps to illuminate our discussion that much better. I saved the results from the previous exercises Better balance.psd. And now, I am going to return to Tough guys.jpg, the original image with the pronounced orange colorcast. And I'll go to the Image menu, choose Adjustments and choose Variations. Now Variations is not available to us as an Adjustment layer.

So we have to apply it as a standard command. Still I like it so much that if you loaded dekeKeys, you'll find that I've given it a keyboard shortcut of Ctrl+Alt+V, or Command+Option+V on the Mac, which I stole from the Vanishing Point Filter which is a cool Filter, but I don't use nearly as much as Variations. So I'll choose the command to bring up the Variations dialog box. Notice that it provides you with a series ...

Introducing the Variations command
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Introducing the Variations command provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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