Making local adjustments with the Adjustments Brush


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Making local adjustments with the Adjustments Brush

Camera Raw has two tools that allow you to isolate corrections to a given area. The first one is the Gradient Filter and that just lets you drag out a rectangular region to apply a particular set of adjustments to. If you want to apply some adjustments just to a particular area, more that follow the contours of a specific shape or something like that, then there is a specific tool just for that as well. It's called the Adjustment Brush. So I'll choose the Adjustment Brush, and you have the same exact set of Options that you can adjust, just like you can with Gradient Filter. So Exposure, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Clarity, Sharpness and Color, but then of course, you have the ability to change the Size of the brush and decide where you're going to paint in the specific effects.

So what I want to do is first reset these settings here, so I'm going to double-click on the slider for Exposure, double-click on the slider for Brightness and double-click on the slider fo...

Making local adjustments with the Adjustments Brush
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Making local adjustments with the Adjustments Brush provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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