Non-destructive burning/dodging 3


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Non-destructive burning/dodging 3

>> Male Speaker: All right, we have one more image to look at. Go ahead and open up baxter.jpg. This is my parent's dog. The shot is underexposed. We're going to look at how we can burn and dodge or deal with tone. It's not technically burning and dodging, but if you think about it, all that burning and dodging is, is dealing with tone. So we're going to expand on what we know, and let me show you how we're going to do that. For starters, navigate to Select > Color Range and choose the clouds. We want to have a good selection of the clouds. Go ahead and go inside and add to those clouds.

Once you have that selection, click OK, and press Command+J or Control+J. This will copy those clouds to a new layer. We're going to take these to a blend mode of soft light. So what did they do? They just increased contrast in the sky area. Press Command+J or Control+J a second time. Let's look at our before and after. Much more visually interesting sky. Okay, we're going in th...

Non-destructive burning/dodging 3
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Non-destructive burning/dodging 3 provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Enhancing Digital Photography with Photoshop CS2

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