Refining saturation with Vibrance


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Refining saturation with Vibrance

I'm looking at the product of the previous exercise. I've gone ahead and saved it off as Enhance colors.psd, found inside the 07_basic_correct folder. In this exercise, we're going to further increase the intensity of our colors not using the Saturation function associated with our hue/sat layer, because after all we're pretty much topped out there. And if we go any further, we're going to bring digital noise and other artifacts, meaning bad nonrepresentational information inside this image. Instead, we're going to use a less powerful but great refinement tool known as Vibrance.

But before we go there, I want you to notice something. See my cursor. See how it appears as an eyedropper. It's because the last tool I selected was here inside the Adjustments panel. It was the Target Adjustment tool. And it remained selected even after I hide the panel. You can run into situations where it remains selected even if you deactivate the Adjustment layers. So notice I'v...

Refining saturation with Vibrance
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Refining saturation with Vibrance provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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