Adjusting highlights and shadows


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Adjusting highlights and shadows

Well, let's take a look at the Highlights and Shadows sliders. Again, very powerful tools here in iPhoto, and we'll go to Full Screen mode and you notice so we have two photos side-by -side, and on this one we are going to recover some highlights. This is the Dom in Cologne, Germany. Spectacular building. In order to get the exposure right here, I lost some information in the sky, but there's actually some sky here and we can bring it back by moving the Highlights slider all the way over. Look at that.

Now, we have blue sky again. I am going to hold down the Shift key, so you can see the difference. Highlights. A beautiful tool for a recovery. Now, one thing I will tell you about this and we will talk a little bit more about RAW in an upcoming movie, you notice that we have a RAW file here and RAW is better for Highlights and Shadows because there is more information in the file for these sliders to draw from. So if you are working with a JPEG, you are not going to have as goo...

Adjusting highlights and shadows
Video duration: 2m 26s 4h 14m Beginner Updated Aug 11, 2014

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Adjusting highlights and shadows provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the iPhoto '11 Essential Training

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Photography
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iPhoto
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