Lynda – Targeted Adjustments in Photoshop CC

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2018-09-14
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Lynda – Targeted Adjustments in Photoshop CC

Targeted Adjustments in Photoshop CC – download video сourse by Lynda


Sometimes you want to edit just a small section of an image. Targeted adjustments allow you to restrict your changes to a certain area of a photograph, based on its shape, opacity, color, focus, or brightness. In this course, photographer and educator Tim Grey show you how to use the tools in Photoshop CC to create and apply targeted adjustments. First, learn how to build precise selections, layer masks, alpha channels, and quick masks. Then find how to edit and refine your masks using the Invert and Feather commands, dodging and burning, and filters like Dust and Scratches. The workshop places a special emphasis on understanding the underlying concepts, and then mixing and matching different tools and techniques to unleash the full power of what Photoshop can do for you. By the end, you'll be able to use targeted adjustments to fix exposure, swap backgrounds, change the colors of products, and much more.

Topics include:
Balancing subtlety and accuracy
Working with black, white, and grey on a mask
Targeting without a mask
Painting a targeted adjustment
Making a selection-based adjustment
Editing or duplicating a mask
Working with multiple adjustment masks
Fine-tuning a mask

MP4 1280x720 | 2h 10m | ENG | 772 MB

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