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Make initial contrast and color adjustments
Make initial contrast and color adjustments
Step through the primary color correction workflow in SpeedGrade CC. Learn how to make adjustments that affect your entire shot and preserve detail through the tonal range. You'll work with gain, saturation, shadows, highlights, and midtones. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
  • SpeedGrade
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 16,325
  • Added: Oct 03, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:07:03
  • Tags: Color Correction, adjustments, CC, Patrick Inhofer, SpeedGrade, adjustment, color, contrast, correction, lynda.com
Improving tonal quality with Levels
Improving tonal quality with Levels
Find out how to capture the entire tonal range of an image and preserve as much detail as possible using a Levels adjustment layer in Photoshop. Explore how to use the histogram to find over- and underexposed areas in your image, as well as how to preview changes. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 32,224
  • Added: Aug 09, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:07:36
  • Tags: Histogram, Julieanne Kost, Layers, Tonal Quality, cc, lynda.com, photoshop
Using the Luma Waveform scope to analyze shots
Using the Luma Waveform scope to analyze shots
Learn how to effectively analyze the brightness of shots and measure contrast ratio. Robbie Carman demonstrates new scope layouts and how the Luma Waveform scope can help you quickly evaluate the brightness of shots.
  • SpeedGrade
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 6,648
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:04:50
  • Tags: Mixing Light, Robbie Carman, Speed-Grade, SpeedGrade, Waveform, analysis, analyze, brightness, cc, color
What's new for Photographers in Photoshop CS5
What's new for Photographers in Photoshop CS5
Whether you're helping corporate clients communicate through images, expressing your vision in fine art, or capturing life's moments at weddings, in portraits, or for news media, you're driven by the art of your craft. That's why professional photographers have long relied on Adobe Photoshop software for the ultimate in creative control and image quality. New Photoshop CS5 helps you achieve the visual and emotional effects you’re after with re-engineered features for reducing and adding grain, performing post-crop vignetting, and sharpening. CS5 reinvents HDR imaging with Exposure Merge, which makes it easy to preserve the full tonal range of a scene—or go from photorealistic to wildly surrealistic—and automatically remove ghost artifacts. It delivers new black-and-white conversion features and a GPU-enabled crop experience. It accelerates your workflow with powerful new selection technology, integrated Adobe Mini Bridge for faster file browsing, and cross-platform 64-bit support for faster performance.
  • Photoshop
  • Photoshop Extended
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 59,064
  • Added: Apr 12, 2010
  • Runtime: 00:12:38
  • Tags: 64-bit, Photoshop CS5, new features, exposure merge, hdr imaging
Next Generation 32-Bit High Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging in Photoshop CS5
Next Generation 32-Bit High Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging in Photoshop CS5
With Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended, you can use new HDR Pro technology to create photorealistic or wildly surreal 32-Bit HDR images with unprecedented speed, control, and accuracy. Exposure Merge offers automatic ghost removal and greater control with tone mapping and adjustments so you can retain complete clarity and see the full tonal range.
  • Photoshop
  • Photoshop Extended
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 61,742
  • Added: Apr 12, 2010
  • Runtime: 00:03:24
  • Tags: 32-bit, Photoshop CS5, hdr, exposure merge
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