Working in the HSL/Grayscale and Split Toning panels


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Working in the HSL/Grayscale and Split Toning panels

Another one of the useful tabs in the control area of the Camera Raw window is this one, the HSL/Grayscale tab. In this movie, I would like to show you how this tab works and also its neighbor, the Split Toning tab. I am going to go back to the HSL/Grayscale tab. HSL stands for Hue, Saturation, and Luminance. Hue means basic color. Saturation means the intensity of a color and Luminance is about the brightness and darkness of the color. I can vary each of these properties of color separately for individual colors in the image.

Everything from Reds to Oranges to Aquas and even Purples. So for example, let's say that I want to play with the color of these peppers. I am going to click on this Luminance tab, and from here, I am going to go to the Reds slider because those peppers are obviously red and if I want to make them brighter, I am going to take the Reds slider and I am going to move that to the right to brighten just the reds in the image. If I move this slider to the left, the reds...

Working in the HSL/Grayscale and Split Toning panels
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Working in the HSL/Grayscale and Split Toning panels provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS4 Essential Training

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Photography
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