Photoshop Basic 2 - Color Theory, Tone and Perspective

John Ross, Professional Retoucher

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15 Lessons (1h 41m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:46
    • 2. Pay Attention

      8:02
    • 3. Overall vs. Details

      3:56
    • 4. Light Sculpting

      7:45
    • 5. Photo Evaluation

      12:26
    • 6. Primary/Secondary Adjustments

      9:02
    • 7. Tonal Tools

      11:19
    • 8. Masking Adjustments

      2:56
    • 9. White Balance

      7:48
    • 10. Auto Button

      3:01
    • 11. Emotion

      2:47
    • 12. Color and Tone

      2:20
    • 13. Histograms

      8:11
    • 14. Selective Color

      13:23
    • 15. Hue/Saturation

      5:22

Project Description

Understanding Color and Balancing Tones

Deliverable:

Upload your final retouched photo using Color Theory, Tone and Perspective you learned.

  • Understand how to read a Histogram and how it  works. General views and how Photoshop uses them.
  • Light Sculpting.  Used to manipulate light in making images stand out from the crowd.
  • Hue/Saturation.  Used not just for saturation, but find out how I use this tool to completely manipulate colors.

A finished project should include:

  • Your final image
  • Your original image
  • A brief summary of your process and what you’ve learned

Up next is the Basic 2 – Beyond Cloning class to keep you going through the whole course HERE: http://skl.sh/1pCpPXw

Good luck, and I’ll see you in my class.

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