Most advanced users of Adobe Photoshop, skip the auto commands. However, there is hidden power in these commands that you need to take advantage of. What are these commands and what can you do with them? In this video, learn how to use Auto Levels to remove color casts.
- Some users find curves a bit intimidating,…preferring the simplified interface of levels…which offers three control points…for the black point, the white point, and the midtones.…These though, can also be used on a per channel basis…and when you manipulate the details…in the red, green, and blue channel independently,…it's much easier to solve problems…when it comes to color cast.…Let me show you.…If you find curves a bit intimidating,…levels can also work with the same automatic adjustments.…
So, let's come in here and apply a Levels Adjustment.…Which is located next to the Curves Adjustment.…Now what you can do is actually select the eyedroppers…that you wanted and click on something that you felt…was a black shadow and then come here with the white…eyedropper and find something you felt should be white…and that's a pretty easy way to fix the image.…But if you don't click exactly right…you might get unexpected results.…So, let's go ahead and reset this here.…And instead, if I option click on the word Auto,…
- Adjustment layer basics
- Improving color and contrast with Auto Curves and Auto Levels
- Creating custom black-and-white effects
- Using a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to recolor artwork
- Expert color grading with color lookup tables
- Using gradient maps
- Making nondestructive adjustments with Smart Objects and stack modes
Skill Level Advanced
Photoshop: Filters for Photographywith Chris Orwig1h 36m Advanced
1. Adjustment Layer Essentials
2. The Hidden Power of Auto
3. Beyond Black and White
5. Expert Color Grading with Color Lookup Tables
6. Gradient Maps
7. Smart Objects
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