The Art Of Color Adjustment

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The power of color offers you extraordinary creative capabilities and you’ve never had more control than today.


1. Infinite Variations

The possibilities seem limitless. Explore your options before you commit to a solution.

2. How To Evaluate Color Adjustment Tools

Identify the go to, exotic, and redundant tools.

3. Blend Modes 

Make all of Photoshop’s color adjustment tools more precise.

4. Curves 

It’s the most precise tool for adjusting luminosity and hue.

5. 6 Ways To Get Better Shadow & Highlight Detail

Increase separation in the darkest and lightest values.

6. High Pass 

Choose between planar contrast or edge sharpening.

7. Curves, Clarity, Dehaze, High Pass, Texture and Sharpening Compared

How do you choose between so many ways to control luminosity contrast?

8. Curing Dehaze Color Artifacts 

Try this quick fix to eliminate Dehaze color artifacts.

9. Hue/Saturation & Vibrance & HSL Compared

They’re the most powerful tools for adjusting saturation.

10. White Balance, Photo Filter, Color Overlays, and Curves Compared 

How do you choose between so many ways to control color temperature?

11. Why Achieving Neutrality In Your Images Is So Important

Make your color more believable, saturated, and three-dimensional.

12. 4 Ways To Achieve Neutrality 

How you achieve neutrality sets the foundation for future color moves.

13. Selective Color

It makes very precise changes like no other tool.

14. Use LAB Color Mode To Increase Hue Contrast 

Use LAB mode for greater hue separation.

15. Blending Channels  

Use the information in one channel to improve another.

16. Adobe Camera Raw Filter 

Using ACR on layers lets you use Photoshop’s precise masking with it.

17. Color Lookup

Color grading can give many images a similar look or individuals a unique one.

18. Color Grading

Make the color in your images more expressive with this easy split toning solution.

19. Gradient Maps 

Add new color into specific ranges of luminosity.

20. Match Color

Transfer color from one image to another.

21. Synthetic Profiles 

Make big changes non-destructively by redefining color values.

22. Before You Mask Use The Tool’s Selectivity | Coming Soon

The results are faster and sometimes better.

23. What You Can Do With Raw That You Can’t With Phoshop Unless … | Coming Soon

Adjust Raw files and individual layers with the most robust color adjustment feature.


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Use HDR Techniques To Get The Best Image Detail

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Use high dynamic range techniques to capture detail in highlights and shadows even in scenes with extreme contrast.


1. Why Everybody Needs HDR … Sometimes | Coming Soon

2.  What In The World Is HDR ?

3.  What Is Exposure Value ?

4.  Using Histograms – ETTR

5.  Why Your Camera’s Auto HDR Feature Is Inferior 

6.  How To Set Your Camera To Auto Bracketing 

7.  How Many Exposures Do You Need For HDR Merges ? 

8.  Making HDR Merges Is A Four Step Process

9.  5 Photoshop Tools To Make The Most of Shadows & Highlights Without HDR

10.  3 Ways HDR Software Can Benefit Single Exposures | Coming Soon

11.  Using HDR Software To Sharpen Photographs

12.  HDR With One Exposure

13.  HDR With Two Exposures

14.  HDR with Lightroom | Coming Soon

15.  HDR With Photoshop | Coming Soon

16.  HDR With Photomatix | Coming Soon

17.  HDR With NIK’s HDR Efex Pro | Coming Soon

18.  HDR With Aurora HDR | Coming Soon

19.  HDR Panoramas | Coming Soon

20.  Refine HDR With Photoshop Layer Blending | Coming Soon

21.  7 HDR Artifacts & How To Avoid Or Cure Them 

22. 8 HDR Myths Debunked 

23. Quick Answers To The 5 Most Asked HDR Questions 


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Get Optimum Image Quality – Shoot & Process Raw Files

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Get the best image quality by optimally exposing and processing Raw files.


1. What In The World Are Raw Files?
Dive in to the strange and wonderful world of Raw files.

2. Why You Should Shoot Raw
Get highest quality images from your digital camera.

3. Why You Should Profile Your Camera
Improve the clarity and saturation of the color your digital camera creates.


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