Photoshop - Master The Basics 2: 9 Techniques to Take Your Photoshop Skills to The Next Level by James Carren
English | Sep. 15, 2015 | ISBN: 1517184479 | 42 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 15.68 MB
This book is a continuation of the last edition. Where the last edition was all about learning to become familiar with Photoshop Creative Cloud, this edition gets down to business. It covers some of the most important topics I get asked about daily as a professional photographer.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn…

The Filter Gallery, where it is and why it’s important. The Filter Gallery can be used for all sorts of things, from making editing that much easier, to making a photo look more natural, to fun and crazy fine art applications.
Simple portrait edits. Nothing fancy, this section includes information on things like how to remove redness from the skin, how to minimally smooth wrinkles or large pores, how to remove red eye and flyaway hair. Basically, it’s just all about taking your subject’s natural attractiveness and making it stand out without seeming like any corrections have been made.
More advanced portrait retouching. This isn’t for your everyday headshot or senior portrait. This chapter focuses on what you do when you have things like beauty or fashion shots. It starts out, as in the name, with the proper usage of the liquefy tool, which allows the user to reshape bodies and facial features as subtly or as dramatically as is needed. But there are also other techniques to be mentioned that will give that high-end, airbrushed look.
Moving on from portraiture, there is a chapter on colorization. Colorization is a throwback from the world of early photography, where photographers painted black and white photographs to appear to be full color. Today, the technique is much the same, except that it’s much easier and mistakes can be more easily corrected with the aid of Photoshop. I will discuss how to colorize selected portions of an image, as well as the whole thing.
Color enhancement simply refers to taking what you have in an existing color image and getting the most out of it. It involves making sure that colors and light levels are clean and appropriately vibrant, without being overly saturated. It’s essentially basic retouching for a landscape or still life photograph.
Background removal is a lot simpler than you might at first think. It’s also a useful skill to have especially as relates to the world of product photography and of collage.
Camera RAW of course gets its own chapter, because it is absolutely integral to making good photographs. Especially if you are a budding professional, it is important to always shoot RAW and to get into the habit of doing at least preliminary developments within the Camera RAW dialog box. This will allow you to get the most out of your base image, and then you can apply other things such as filters and cool effects within Photoshop’s main program.
HDR is high-definition imaging, which involves combining multiple exposures to get the best overall exposure of the scene possible. The images are crisp and almost surreal looking. Believe it or not, not only will you learn this process, but it’s incredibly simple to achieve.


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