How to Use presets with the black-and-white adjustment Photoshop Black-and-White


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Using presets with the black-and-white adjustment

Presets are available for a variety of adjustments in Photoshop, including the black and white adjustment. As you'll see in this lesson, using presets can be a great way to establish an ideal starting point for a particular image and they can also provide some creative inspiration. On the Adjustments panel, you'll see that there are actually a list of presets for various adjustment options. One of those is a list of black and white presets. To view the individual presets, simply click on the triangle to the left of the label to expand the list. I'll scroll down, so we can see more of these.

And as you can see, there are a variety of presets to choose from. Some of these relate to color filters you might use to interpret a black and white print in the wet dark room. Others are simply presets that may or may not work for a particular image. To get started, simply choose one of these presets. And as you'll see, it doesn't really matter which one you choose ...

Using presets with the black-and-white adjustment
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Using presets with the black-and-white adjustment 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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