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Limiting an adjustment layer based on focus

Limiting an adjustment layer based on focus: Photoshop CC 2017: Nondestructive Exposure and Color Correction
Limiting an adjustment layer based on focus: Photoshop CC 2017: Nondestructive Exposure and Color Correction

Do you have an image where you want to limit what an adjustment layer affects based on what is in focus? You can do this in Adobe Photoshop CC by determining what is in focus in your image. In this video, Richard Harrington walks through how to use focus adjustment commands to limit an adjustment layer in Photoshop.

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Color Correction Black and White Photography Photoshop

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