Partial black-and-white adjustments Photoshop Black-and-White


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Partial black-and-white adjustments

Converting an image to black and white is the process of removing color from the image. But as you'll see in this lesson, sometimes allowing a little bit of the original color to show through, can be incredibly effective. I'll get started in this case by adding a black and white Adjustment Layer to my image. I can then fine tune the image. In this case, I'll use the on image adjustment in order to adjust the overall appearance. My overall luminance values in different areas of the image. When I'm happy with the overall black and white version of the image, I'm ready to reveal a little bit of color. And that process is actually remarkably simple.

All I need to do is reduce the opacity for my black and white Adjustment Layer. Now, it's important to point out that we'll be revealing some of the color, but we don't want to take this too far. For example, if I reduce my opacity significantly, all I'm really doing is toning down the colors, eff...

Partial black-and-white adjustments
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Partial black-and-white adjustments provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Black-and-White Workshop

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