Reducing luminance contrast


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Reducing luminance contrast

I saved my changes as Non-filter man. psd, found inside the 06_filter_masks folder and you can see that the Shadows /Highlights non-filter is applied with its default settings to the Smart Object so that it appears at the top of the filter stack. Now I am going to go ahead and zoom in for a moment here, so that we can see even after expanding the heck out of the shadow detail inside this image, way too much, I've gone way too far with this effect. But even so I am not bringing out the color noise, because the application of this Median filter right there. So I were to turn off Median for a moment, you could see quite a bit of color noise there in the jaw for example and extending into the chin.

So this is with color noise and without Median. This is with Median and without color noise. Notice throughout this whole thing I still have Color Halftone just sitting there. You know what? That's just kind of confusing. So I'm going to right-click on Color Halftone and I am going to choo...

Reducing luminance contrast
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Reducing luminance contrast provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Smart Objects

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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