Nondestructive editing with HDR Toning


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Nondestructive editing with HDR Toning

I am still working inside the Stylish young couple.psd file, and I am taking in these strange modifications that I applied using the HDR Toning command. Now it's not altogether successful because we have brought out all kinds of noise inside the image, both luminance noise in the guy's hair and color noise under the woman's jaw. We also have some strange coloring around the edges; notice there's this kind of neon orange under her hair. But we do have some nice contouring. So we have managed to settle down the highlights a little bit, bring in some nuanced skin sculpturing, that kind of a thing.

What we would typically do at this point is we take the adjusted version of the image, and at the very least, somehow merge it with the underlying original, but that is not an option because HDR Toning has flattened our image. In this exercise, I am going to demonstrate to you how it is actually an option. We can take the most inflexible command in all of Photoshop that requires you...

Nondestructive editing with HDR Toning
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Nondestructive editing with HDR Toning provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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