Master curves! Find out how to use the Curves panel in Photoshop to adjust tonality, make color corrections, produce creative effects, and more.
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Learn the tools and best practices for measuring and correcting color in Adobe Camera Raw.
Learn how to evaluate and color correct images in Lightroom, from fixing skin tones and faded colors, to making product shots pop with creative color.
Learn how to address a series of advanced color correction challenges, including a portrait with an extreme color cast, a product shot that needs color adjustment and sharpening, and a creative mood adjustment.
Covers the workflow, toolset, settings, and techniques you'll need to know to address advanced color correction challenges in Photoshop.
Learn four different workflows that selectively maintain, remove, or reduce the color cast of an image and generate different creative moods.
Adjust the color of a complexly color-casted image, using a 10-step grayscale target and the tools in Photoshop.
Learn how to use Photoshop to color correct and enhance the brightness and contrast of an image and migrate the changes to similar photos.
Find out how to use Photoshop to remove color cast and enhance the brightness and contrast of a dark image.
Learn how color works inside digital images, and get the basic skills you need to evaluate histograms, correct color, make creative image adjustments, and prepare images for output.
Learn to evaluate a low-contrast image and correct its color issues in Photoshop and Camera Raw.
Teaches how to quickly evaluate the color correction or adjustment needs of an image.
All about color correction in Photoshop, from customizing settings to using histograms and keyboard shortcuts.
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