Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Making basic adjustments with Adobe Camera Raw (project 1), part of Photoshop CS5: Athletic Retouching Projects.
In this chapter we will be working on a couple of short and brief projects.…What we are going to do is work on these images are these portraits of a father and a son.…Now there is something interesting about the connection that happens between a…father and son when both are athletes, when both get out there and do things, and…what I want to do here in this chapter is take a look at how we can add some…intensity to both of these images and explore a few techniques that we can use…in order to creatively enhance these images.…Let's start off by working on martyn_dylan_01.…
Let's open that one up in Camera Raw.…To do so, we can go to the File pulldown menu here, then choose Open in Camera…Raw and here is the image as captured.…Now, of course, this was actually captured in a RAW format, but then I just…saved it out as a JPG so that it was a little bit smaller and could be included…in this training title.…Yet here is the image as it was captured by the camera.…I had a water housing, and we are out in the ocean playing.…
- Creating and combining multiple exposures
- Repositioning subjects
- Enhancing color and tone
- Removing unwanted background elements
- Simplifying with selections
- Improving composition with cropping
- Toning with the High Dynamic Range (HDR) Pro toolset
- Enhancing eyes
- Changing shape and sculpting muscles with Liquify
- Increasing height
- Sharpening and creating final layer comps
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Outdoor Portrait
5. Gym Workout
8. Indoor Track Sprint
9. Enhancing Strength
10. Surfer Portrait
11. Underwater Portrait
13. Father and Son Portrait
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