Tone Curves (and why you don't need them) Photoshop CS6


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Tone Curves (and why you don't need them)

In this movie I'll introduce you to the next panel over here inside Camera Raw and that's Tone Curve, and it allows you to apply an aftermarket curve to your image. So in other words, after you get done truly developing your image here inside the Basic panel, then you can go over to Tone Curve and add the equivalent of a curves adjustment layer, but I'm showing you this with the big caveat. The thing is, thanks to the way that the exposure controls work inside Camera Raw 7, you don't really need the tone curve function anymore, and I'll show you exactly what I mean.

So we'll start things off where I left off this image in Camera Raw 6, and so, because I last developed the image in Camera Raw 6, we're seeing the old exposure controls along with this exclamation point (!) down here in the bottom right corner of the image preview. And even though I have thrown a graduated filter on top of things here, in order to increase the contrast of this upper ba...

Tone Curves (and why you don't need them)
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Tone Curves (and why you don't need them) provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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