Making a gradient adjustment


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Making a gradient adjustment

Ben: Okay, so Jessie, you've made your initial edits and they're looking good, but in thinking about this as a printed image, right away my first concern is that the foreground is too dark. What we've got here is a bright sky and a silhouetted mid-ground and a dark foreground. Your camera exposed for the sky, which left the foreground too dark. Now this morning you were telling me that you went out early this morning and the water Ben: was really metallic-looking. Jess: Yeah. Ben: Is it--compared to what you saw then, how does this look now. Is that about-- Jess: It looks a little bit more dull.

Ben: Okay, so we need to bring that out. This is tricky because your camera is good enough that we could really brighten this whole thing up, but it's not going to really. Your eye wasn't seeing a tremendous amount of brightness. So I think the goal is to get back to that metallic look that you were having. So here in Camera Raw we can see that we've got an over...

Making a gradient adjustment
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Making a gradient adjustment provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Inkjet Printing for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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