Video2Brain - Photoshop CS6 Image Cleanup Workshop
English | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, mono (eng)
MP4 | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 15.00 fps(r) (eng) | 406 MB
Genre: Video Training
Eliminate Distractions from Your Photos
No matter how careful you are when capturing your photographic images, there are going to be issues that you find later whether it's little spots or blemishes, or bigger problems like color casts or chromatic aberration. In this workshop, Tim Grey shares his techniques for cleaning up your images with Photoshop.
After getting an overview of image-cleanup concepts and tools, you'll learn how to remove spots, correct color problems, eliminate noise, fix red eye, and much more. Tim also shares advanced techniques like making gradient adjustments, extending the frame, and using multiple exposures to remove people from an image. After completing this workshop, you?ll know how to remove distractions in an image that keep your genius from shining through.
In this workshop you'll get an in-depth look at cleaning up your images by eliminating distracting blemishes, noise, and color issues. The contents of this course include:
This chapter will introduce you to some of the basic concepts related to performing image cleanup work on your images.
In this chapter we?ll take a look at the various image-cleanup tools available in Photoshop ? from the Crop, Clone Stamp, and Patch tools to Content-Aware Fill and Move ? and how to best put these tools to use.
This chapter will focus on a variety of techniques you can employ to maximize the quality and efficiency of your image-cleanup work in Photoshop. You?ll get tips for dealing with spots, red eye, color contamination, chromatic aberration, noise, and more.
Advanced Cleanup Techniques
In this chapter you?ll learn a variety of advanced techniques for performing cleanup work on your images. We?ll delve into subjects like color casts, gradients, and using multiple exposures to remove subjects from an image.
Also included are exercise files that give you an easy way to try out the techniques you learn.