How to Use selections, masks, and curves to change tonality Photoshop CS6


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Using selections, masks, and curves to change tonality

So far, we've taken a look at how we can burn and dodge using the Burn and Dodge tools or how we can create a new layer and change the Blending mode to Soft Light and paint with black or white or a dark or a bright hue and how we can change the way our image appears. Well here what I want to do is take a look at how we can work with selections, curves, and masking in order to darken or brighten our images. Well, this particular photograph, I really like the moment. I like the moment of the mother and the daughter, the mother and the bride.

Yet, one of the things that I notice is that this image could use a little bit of work in regards to its contrast and brightness. In particular, there are some highlights on the bride's face that I want to bring down. In order to select those, I am going to navigate to Select and use Color Range. Now typically, you think of Color Range for selecting colors, yet it's great at also selecting things like highlights. Here I will choose Highligh...

Using selections, masks, and curves to change tonality
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Using selections, masks, and curves to change tonality provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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