Using the HDR Toning Curve


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Using the HDR Toning Curve

I have saved the results of the previous exercise as Local adaptations.psd, found inside the 33_HDR_pro folder. And in this exercise, I am going to show you the final group of options that are available to you inside the HDR Toning dialog box, and these include the toning curve and histogram adjustments. So switch over, if you can, to Stylish young couple.psd, that original version of the image, and then go up to the Image menu, choose Adjustments, and choose HDR Toning. When you see the alert message, click Yes in order to bring up the dialog box and then suffer through these horrible default settings.

Now this time around, what I want you to do is just neutralize the settings. Let's just go ahead and set things so you get the smallest changes possible, which is still a lot from this feature, as you will see. Change the Radius value to 1. That's as low as you can go. Change the Strength value to 0.1, which is the lowest that value can go. Gamma should stay 1.00. Exposure is 0.00...

Using the HDR Toning Curve
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Using the HDR Toning Curve provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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