Toning down rather than removing


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Toning down rather than removing

Most of the time, I find that my image cleanup work involves removing blemishes from an image. And removing them altogether, I don't want to see that blemish at all. But in some situations you actually might want to simply tone down an area of the image, rather than removing it completely. In those cases, we can remove a blemish, but then tone down the effect of that removal. Let me show you an example here. I like the reflections on the water, especially in the foreground here. I like the rippled sand. But the area in the middle here, to me, seems a little bit too bright, especially compared to that background area and even the foreground area.

It just feels like it's drawing the eye a little bit too much. I like the texture in the foreground so I don't mind your eye being drawn there, and I certainly don't mind your eye being drawn up to the sky with the sun and the beautiful color in the sky, but this area I just feel is a little bit too distracting. So I...

Toning down rather than removing
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Toning down rather than removing provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Cleanup Workshop

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