In our 100th show today we start a brand new tutorial where we look at how to remove nasty reflected coloured light from a photo. We also have our usual assignment and the entries to the last assignment set to music.
- With music from Brother Love
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Lately I've been playing with the ColorMunki, a new colour calibration tool that lets you profile not just your monitor but also your printer for a completely colour managed workflow. Find out how I got on with it in today's show.
The last chapter in tutorial 14 finishes the image off with some colour and light boosting layers.
Today we have part three, the final part of our chair-o-plane image. Today we look at more dodging and burning, lightening shadows, tweaking saturation and brightness and adding a vignette. I also correct a mistake from last week's show where I talked about selecting highlights. Todays show is longer and wafflier than ever! Sorry about that, I'll try and get my running time more under control in future. I need some kind of stopwatch while I'm recording. :)
Today we finally get started on editing our latest image, Chair-o-plane, in photoshop. We start by combining elements of 2 different images to get the shot we intended. Then we work on bringing levels closer together by dimming highlights and selectively brightening and adding contrast. This is the second chapter of a three part tutorial.