Masking HDR toning into specific areas of a photo


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Masking HDR toning into specific areas of a photo

In this movie, I want to highlight how we can work with HDR Toning in order to bring out subtle detail in our photographs, by applying the HDR Toning effect and then by masking it in into particular areas of our photograph. Again we'll start off with the same workflow but then once we bring the HDR Tone file back to the original file we'll take a few different steps. So let's begin by going to the Image pulldown menu, and here we'll choose Duplicate Image. Next click OK. Then what we want to do is go ahead and choose Image > Adjustments and then HDR Toning.

What I'm interested in finding here is an adjustment where I can bring in a lot of nice detail. And I can also remove a touch of the color there. So I'm going to remove a little bit of the saturation. Increase the vibrance a bit and just dial this in. Actually, I'm going to increase the saturation a bit as well, because primarily I'm going to on the blue of the shirt and also the eyes. I'm going to ignore ev...

Masking HDR toning into specific areas of a photo
Video duration: 7m 29s 4h 57m Intermediate

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Masking HDR toning into specific areas of a photo provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop for Photographers: Creative Effects

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Photography
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