Following on from our previous colour techniques Photoshop demonstration, Karl continues to discuss the concept of colour, why it’s so important in an image, why we may want to change it and how it can be adjusted in Photoshop.
Working through several different examples, Karl offers his advice for achieving colour-accurate imagery and demonstrates his preferred methods of adjusting colour in Photoshop. You’ll learn how to use adjustments such as cross curves, Selective Colour, Camera Raw Filter, Hue/Saturation and Gradient Map. Karl explains what he prefers about these methods and also why he doesn’t use some of the other common tools.
This highly informative session builds on our previous shows ‘Fundamentals of Post-Production’; ‘Live Photoshop Demonstration’; and ‘Colour Techniques Part 1’. Other tutorials that you may find useful include our class on how to use the Pen tool, making selections in Photoshop and using masks.
Topics covered in this show include:
- How to adjust colour in Photoshop
- Dealing with and correcting mixed lighting
- Tips for retouching skin in Photoshop
- Advantages of using cross curves for retouching
- Selective Colour adjustments
- Camera Raw Filter
- Hue/Saturation adjustments
- Gradient Map
- The advantages of colour accurate monitors
If you have any questions about this class please post in the comment section below.