Reducing highlights with the Multiply blend mode


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Reducing highlights with the Multiply blend mode

In this movie, we will be working on this photograph that I captured of this train car. Let's go ahead and open it up. It's called corwig_train. Press F to go to Full Screen View mode. One of the things that I want to do with this particular image is I want to work on the overall brightness value here. One of the things that I notice is that I like the composition, I like the way the lines and the shapes work, and I like the colors. It's just kind of a fascinating train here, isn't it? One of the things I'm noticing is that these tones are a little bit too bright for me. So I'm going to go ahead and select those. I'm going to do that by navigating the Select Color Range. I'll grab my Eyedropper tool, which I have here, and I'll click on in the area of the image, I can't really see what I have selected because of the White Matte preview. I'll take this to Black Matte. Okay. Now, that's great. Grab the next Eyedropper, which allows me to add...

Reducing highlights with the Multiply blend mode
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Reducing highlights with the Multiply blend mode provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS4 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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