Mitigating halos with Radius values Photoshop CS6


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Mitigating halos with Radius values

All right, I went ahead and applied that Shadows/ Highlights modification that I showed you in the previous movie and we end up getting this sunburn effect. Turns out I'm going to be using those exact same percentage values, 10% for the Shadows and 45% for the Highlights, in order to achieve our final much better effect right here. The big difference is I was able to distribute my radius, and let me show you what that looks like. I'll go ahead and switch back to the image in progress here, and because I'm working with the Smart Object I applied Shadows/Highlights as a Smart Filter. I'll go ahead and double-click on the words Shadows/Highlights to bring up my settings because after all Smart Filters are fully editable.

And I'm going to turn on this Show More Options checkbox. So the idea is there is a Product Manager somewhere saying, we can't have this many options inside this filter, because it will just overwhelm folks. And there is this engineer in ...

Mitigating halos with Radius values
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Mitigating halos with Radius values provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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