Modifying color and tone


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Modifying color and tone

All right, well, now that we've worked on resizing and repositioning and clean up the photograph, let's explore how we can have some fun with color. In particular, what I want to do here is remove a lot of the color except for the color on the bike. I also want to brighten up a few areas of the image as well. Well, let's start off by brightening. Here we'll click on our Curves adjustment layer icon and simply click and drag up. We'll focus in on the areas that we want to brighten up, this side of the face over here and also this area of the bike tire and whatnot. Next, let's invert the mask.

Press Command+I or Ctrl+I, Command+I on a Mac, Ctrl+I on Windows. Grab your Brush tool and paint with white. You want paint with white with somewhere around 60 or so percent. I'm just going to start to bring in a little brightness value in some of these darker areas of the photograph and make the brush a little bit bigger here on the tire and just look to bring in a little ...

Modifying color and tone
Video duration: 5m 2s 4h 41m Intermediate

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Modifying color and tone provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5: Creative Compositing

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Photography
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Photoshop
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