[PDF] Exploring Curves in Photoshop

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Posted on 2018-01-07, by luongquocchinh.


Author: Part 1 | Category: Video (tutorials, how-to, etc.) | Language: English | ISBN: 73fbc4563c554d048fb5a0772e31ead4 |

Description: Exploring Curves in Photoshop - Part 1 MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 29M | 466 MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English Curves are most powerful adjustment layer in Photoshop that allows Your to control color, highlights, shadows, or adjusting the Brightness and Contrasts. In this Class I will teach You all the Basics about Curves. I am going to tell You few words about curves, some theory for a good start and teach You to read information that You can get from the histogram. And from that point, we are going to process into basic workflow. You will know all of the important things about You curves panel. We will process to working with contrast and brightness of You image, I am going to show You how You can easily set the right contrast of You images. You will know how to have control on the exact dark and bright point of You images fix flat images and push life into them, overexposed images, and just take down some contrast to get back the details. Also You will know how to prevent colors from getting affected by the brightness!

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