Using the Graduated Filter tool


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Using the Graduated Filter tool

Camera Raw 5 offers two new tools for selectively modifying the Exposure and to an extent the White Balance of portions of an image. We're going to see those tools right now, inside 30 minutes later.dng. Here are the new tools. One of them is Graduated Filter and the other is Adjustment Brush. We're going to use the Graduated Filter tool in order to darken up Megan's blouse a little bit, and then we're going to use the Adjustment Brush, which has a few additional options, to brighten her eyes and some of the shadow detail in her hair, so to dodge the image, don't you know? All right. So go ahead and grab the Graduated Filter tool, which you can get by pressing the G key if you like. Then what I want you to do... Notice I've already got some values entered right here. -0.45 Exposure, -5 Brightness, +30 Contrast. You won't see those settings, but mine have just gotten kind of stuck in here, as I've been goofing off in the background, so you'll have to ...

Using the Graduated Filter tool
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Using the Graduated Filter tool provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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