- Hi, I'm Jane Kabili.…Welcome to Photo Tools Weekly.…This week, I'll introduce you to my new favorite…black and white post-processing app,…Macphun software's Tonality Pro.…You can run Tonality Pro as a plug-in…for Photoshop, or for Lightroom, or for Elements,…or as a stand-alone app, which is useful…if you don't have those programs.…In this movie, I'm using Tonality Pro…as a Photoshop plug-in.…I'm starting with a color photo…that I'd like to convert to black and white.…Because this is a RAW file, when I opened it into Photoshop,…it's first stop was here in the Camera Raw window,…where I can make any adjustments that I want…before opening it in Tonality Pro.…
Here, I usually stick with adjustments…that aren't part of Tonality Pro,…like removing lens related flaws…in the lens corrections panel.…For example, I'll check "Enable Lens Profile Corrections"…here and I'll click on the color tab…and check "Remove Chromatic Aberration."…Sometimes I'll also remove spots with the spot removal tool.…When I'm all done making adjustments in Camera Raw,…
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