Using Levels adjustment layers


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Using Levels adjustment layers

So far, in your work in Camera Raw, you've been working completely nondestructively, meaning that you can go back later and change any of your adjustments. For obvious reasons, editing nondestructively is a better way to work, and you can continue to employ nondestructive techniques in Photoshop. I am going to open the ApproachingStorm image in Photoshop, from Camera RAW. So the RAW file is processing and here are my results in Photoshop. Hitting Command+0 to make this large as possible on my screen. There are a lot of things that I would like to do to this image.

We got it close in Camera RAW, but there is still more than we could to do. It'd be nice to bring out some contrast, more in some of these texture-y parts of the clouds, and the foreground still looks a little flat to me. It'd be nice to do something to give it a little more something or other. That's not like a real technical term, "a little more something or other." I just honestly I am not sure yet wh...

Using Levels adjustment layers
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Using Levels adjustment layers provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Photoshop CS5: Landscape Photography

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