Using the Basic and Detail panels together


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Using the Basic and Detail panels together

Now that you know a little bit about the Detail panel, I want to take a look at a quick example where we start off in the Basic panel [00:00:07 .96] and then we jump to the Detail panel to finish off our photograph. Let's go ahead and grab the Zoom tool and click a few times on this image in order to zoom in on it so we can see some of the details that we have to work with. Before you get to the Detail panel, you need to dial in your basic settings; whether you're going to add Contrast or Clarity or change the overall Exposure, because all of these controls will affect how much noise you have to reduce or how much you need to sharpen this photograph.

And one of things that I'm noticing with this image right out of the gate is that it's in a really good shape. There's not a lot that needs to be done, even here in the Basic panel. Perhaps, I'll just add a little bit more warmth, and then I think that's it. If we click on the Preview button here, you can see...

Using the Basic and Detail panels together
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Using the Basic and Detail panels together provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers: Camera Raw 7

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Photography
Software:
Photoshop Camera Raw
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