Photoshop Portrait Editing Masterclass Part 5 - Artistic Black-and-White Conversions in Photoshop
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Introduction to Black-and-White Conversions in Photoshop3:25
Color Modes and Channels Conversions4:05
Channels and Masking Conversions7:40
Black-and-White Adjustment Layer Method5:08
Channel Mixer Adjustment Method5:39
Gradient Map Adjustment Method4:49
Camera RAW Filter Method5:44
About This Class
Learn how to master black-and-white conversions in Adobe Photoshop by controlling for tonality instead of using default desaturation methods. Improve your black-and-white photo conversions with more vibrance and tonal contrast. Learn how to convert photos to black-and-white using various methods and considerations, including
- Color Modes as Layers
- Channels as Layers
- Masking Layers for Selective Adjustment
- Black-and-White Adjustment Layer
- Channel Mixer Adjustment
- Gradient Map Adjustment
- Create amazing black-and-white or grayscale images in Photoshop after learning these techniques.
- Camera RAW Filter
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