Making a localized correction


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Making a localized correction

After having made our way through most of the panels, next what I want to do is navigate back to the Basic panel and make a few basic adjustments. And then also explore how we can paint in some adjustments into specific areas of our photograph. Well here after having converted this to black-and-white you may want to modify the overall exposure or maybe add some more clarity or contrast. Again we want to dial this in after having used these other adjustments. I like the Contrast and what not here, yet one of the things that I'm noticing is that the eyes are still pretty dark, they are shadows there.

So I want to change that. To do so, we will click on the Zoom tool, then you can click and drag over the area of the image that you want to zoom into, in this case, the face. Now that we are up close I want to paint in a little bit of a brightening effect to this area. To do that you can press the K key or you can select the Adjustment Brush by clicking here. When you select this tool all...

Making a localized correction
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Making a localized correction provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers: Camera Raw 7

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Photography
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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