Using multiple panels to create a black-and-white image


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Using multiple panels to create a black-and-white image

Here we're going to explore how we can convert this beautiful wedding day photograph to black-and-white, and we'll look at how we can use the Grayscale Panel, and also how we can use a few other settings and controls in different panels and tools in order to make a nice black-and-white conversion. Alright, well with this image, let's navigate to the Grayscale Panel and select the Targeted Adjustment Tool by way of a shortcut. On a Mac you press Shift+Option+Command+G, on Windows that's Shift+Alt+Ctrl+G. That takes us to this panel, converts our image to Grayscale, and then also leaves active the Targeted Adjustment Tool.

Well now here with this image, this black-and-white conversion is just okay. One of the things that I notice is that this skin, the skin tones are just too dark. I need to brighten those up. I also might want to brighten the trees and make a few other adjustments in the photograph as well. Well, with this tool what we can do is simply hover over what we...

Using multiple panels to create a black-and-white image
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Using multiple panels to create a black-and-white image 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
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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