Join Taz Tally for an in-depth discussion in this video Taking a tour of the capabilities of Curves, part of Exploring Photoshop: Mastering Curves.
- I think it would be useful at this point…to go through a quick overall tour…of the curves adjustment layer…panels, and tools, and capabilities…just to become a little bit more familiar…with them, and as we go through the course,…it won't be the first time that you've seen…some of these tools and capabilities.…First, just a quick review about how we go…ahead and create a curves adjustment layer.…Remember we're going to use the adjustment layers…because they're non-destructive and fully editable.…You could either click on the bottom…of the Layers panel here to choose Curves,…or even more conveniently,…if you have the Adjustments panel up,…just click on the curves icon…to create your curves adjustment layer.…
Of course, what comes up, you see here,…is the curve itself,…which is the input/output curve…as we discussed previously.…You also see the histogram.…Let's just take a minute to discuss that.…This shows us the distribution of data…in the image from highlight,…pure white highlight, 255,…all the way down to shadow at zero…
- Using Curves adjustment layers for nondestructive editing
- Setting highlights and shadows
- Making area-specific tonal adjustments
- Using masks to control adjustments
- Adjusting color, brightness, and contrast
- Making quick adjustments
- Fine-tuning your curves
Skill Level Advanced
Photoshop CC Essential Training (2015)with Julieanne Kost12h 27m Beginner
1. Curve Fundamentals
2. Tone and Simple Color Adjustments with Curves
3. Numeric Color Adjustments with Curves
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