Using photo filters


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Using photo filters

Another easy tool for changing the apparent time of day is the Photo Filter Adjustment layer. You can quickly warm or cool a shot to simulate a different time period. With my shot selected, I am going to go over to the Adjustments panel and click the Camera icon here for Photo Filter. You will see that the preset warming filter is automatically chosen and you could adjust the Density. This makes it feel more like mid-afternoon and there are three other options for Warming Filter to choose from.

However, I want to cool the shot down a little bit and I will adjust the density to taste. This is a subtle adjustment, but it works nicely. You will also notice we have a bit of vignette at the top here caused by some hood rim; the actual camera hood was causing some darkening, so I want to fix that really click. I am going to make a selection using my Standard Elliptical Marquee, and let's just zoom out a little bit here, and we are going to select that area that's problemati...

Using photo filters
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Using photo filters provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Editing Video in Photoshop CS6

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