Smart Filters and nondestructive cropping


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Smart Filters and nondestructive cropping

I've saved the most recent version of this composition as The flattened panorama.psd, found inside the 32_photomerge folder. Now that I have my panorama flattened and converted to a Smart Object, I'll make sure it's selected. Then I'll go up to the Image menu, choose Adjustments and choose Shadows/Highlights. Or if you added that keyboard shortcut, you can press Ctrl+Alt+S, Command+Option+S on the Mac and some more settings. Basically, these again are settings that I came up with through trial and error. So this is all a matter of personal aesthetics.

I'm taking the Amount value to 10%, tabbing past the Tonal Width value, which I left set to 50, and I'm going to raise the Radius value to 100 pixels, so as to displace the halos as much as possible. Then I'm going to take the Highlights value up to 5%, so just a modest change there. Tab past Tonal Width, 50% is fine, and raise that value to 200 pixels. So you can see that our halos are just absolutely disappearing ...

Smart Filters and nondestructive cropping
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Smart Filters and nondestructive cropping provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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