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MYGRAPHICSLAB: ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS6CAMERA RAW MYGRAPHICSLAB: ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS6 Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
CHANGE THE COLOR PROFILE AND RESOLUTIONTo open the Workflow Options dialog box, click the underlined link below the preview window From the Space menu, choose the Adobe RGB (1998) color profile In the Resolution field, enter: 240 ppi for output to a desktop inkjet printer 300 ppi for output to a commercial printer Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson EducationWHITE BALANCE Correct the white balance of a photo first, because this setting affects the overall color To adjust the white balance, in the Basic tab, choose a preset from the White Balance menu or move the Temperature and Tint sliders Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson EducationHISTOGRAM The histogram displays the distribution of pixels in the various tonal levels of the photo To monitor shadow or highlight clipping using a visual aid, click the Clipping Warning button in the upper left and right corners of the histogram Shadow clipping displays as blue Highlight clipping displays as red Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
CLARITY AND VIBRANCE SLIDERS (BASIC TAB)Use the Clarity slider to adjust the edge contrast and add depth to the midtones of a photo Use the Vibrance slider to adjust color saturation of the least saturated colors in a photo without causing oversaturation Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson EducationFILMSTRIP PANEL When multiple photos are opened into Camera Raw, they are represented by thumbnails in the filmstrip panel on the left side Click the thumbnail for the photo you want to correct Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson EducationPRESET TAB To save the current correction settings as a preset, click the Presets tab Click the New Preset button Enter a name, select which categories of settings you want saved in the preset, then click OK To apply a preset of saved settings to a photo, click a preset in the Preset tab Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
APPLY MIDTONE AND CONTRAST ADJUSTMENTSIn the Tone Curve tab: Move the Lights slider to adjust the upper midtones Move the Darks slider to adjust the lower midtones Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson EducationSNAPSHOTS TAB To save the current editing stage of a photo as a snapshot: Click the Snapshots tab, then click the New Snapshots button Enter a name in the dialog box, then click OK Click any snapshot listing in the Snapshots tab to restore the photo to that editing stage Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
CAMERA RAW SETTINGS MENURight-click an image within Bridge, and choose Open in Camera Raw To restore a photo to the settings that were in place when the photo was opened, choose Image Settings from the Camera Raw Settings menu To remove all custom settings and restore a photo to the default settings of the camera model with which the photo was taken, choose Camera Raw Defaults from the Camera Raw Settings menu Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
ADJUST COLOR SATURATION AND LUMINANCE IN THE MIDTONESThe nested Saturation and Luminance tabs, in the HSL/Grayscale tab, can be used to change color saturation and lightness in specific color areas of a photo Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson EducationCROP A PHOTO Drag with the Crop tool to create a crop box Drag a corner or side handle to resize the box Drag inside the box to reposition it Press Esc to remove the crop In Camera Raw, the cropped pixels are always preserved Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
APPLY A POST-CROP VIGNETTEIn the Effects tab, use the Post Crop Vignetting sliders to apply a vignette The Amount slider controls the intensity and luminance (darkness or lightness) The Midpoint slider controls how far the vignette extends into the photo The Feather slider controls the softness of the inner edge of the vignette The Highlights slider controls whether highlights in the vignette area are preserved or modified Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
APPLY LOCAL ADJUSTMENTSClick the Adjustment Brush tool Click New, then click the + or – button to zero out the sliders Select Show Mask, then paint over specific areas to apply a mask Deselect Show Mask, then move the sliders to apply an adjustment to the masked area To create a separate mask over another area of a photo, click New first Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
REMOVE A PORTION OF AN ADJUSTMENT BRUSH MASKTo remove a portion of a mask, click Erase, then apply strokes in the areas where you want to remove the mask Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
APPLY A TINT VIA THE ADJUSTMENT BRUSHTo change the color temperature and/or apply a tint in a masked area, move the Temperature and/or Tint sliders Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson EducationAPPLY SHARPENING In the Detail tab, use the Sharpening sliders to apply sharpening to the photo The Amount slider controls the intensity of edge sharpening The Radius slider controls how many pixels around edges are modified The Detail slider controls the degree to which edges in the photo are emphasized The Masking slider controls whether the sharpening is applied to all edges or to just medium- or high-contrast edges Copyright © 2013 MyGraphicsLab / Pearson Education
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