How to Use the On-Image option Photoshop Black-and-White


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Using the On-Image option

The black and white adjustment provides six sliders that create an incredible amount of flexibility. Even better, you can manipulate those sliders by working directly on the image rather than with the sliders themselves, as you'll see in this lesson. Let's get started. First I'm going to add a new black and white adjustment, of course, so in this case I'll click on the Create New Adjustment Layer button at the bottom of the Layers panel and then choose Black and White from the popup menu. As you can see I have a baseline black and white interpretation of the image and I could immediately start working with my sliders.

For example I know the wheat fields are green maybe with a little bit of yellow in them. And the sky is going to mostly be cyan and blue. However I don't need to work with those sliders directly. Instead, I'm going to turn on the on image adjustment capability. By turning on this option, I'm able to sample various areas of the imag...

Using the On-Image option
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Using the On-Image option provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Black-and-White Workshop

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