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How to Master Adjustment Layers in Photoshop

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Release date:2018

Duration:04 h 30 m

Author:Aaron Nace

Skill level:Beginner

Language:English

Exercise files:Yes

Description
Adjustment Layers in Photoshop are by and large the best tools available when it comes to editing photos. Not only do they allow you to work non-destructively, which is one of the most important skills of the creative professional, but they also give you the ability to transform and elevate your images to their fullest potential.

In this tutorial, we take you through every adjustment layer, showing you how to fix exposure, color correct, color grade, place objects on solid colored-backgrounds, make advertisements for print or web, and much more!

All About Adjustment Layers
Photoshop is all about Layers and how they work, stack, and interact with one another. Adjustment Layers are a set of layers that allow you to edit any other layer (or layers) without affecting the original pixels in an image. Stay organized and take complete control of the post-production process.

Fix Exposure & Brighten Portraits
Adjustment Layers can do just about anything you need them to. The most basic application, and often most useful, will be to fix or adjust the exposure in an image. Brighten the shadows on a subject’s face or recover the details in a slightly overexposed sky. Not only can you use Adjustment Layers to edit an entire image, but you can also target specific areas on a photo for extra precision.

Create Advertisement for Print & Web
In this tutorial, we’ll demonstrate several examples where we use Adjustment Layers to create layouts for posters and ads. Learn to cut out a product or a person and place them on a background of any color, add patterns to backgrounds and text, and more!

Change the Color of Anything
Being able to quickly and accurately change the color of anything in a photo is an incredibly powerful skill for any photographer to have. Are you a product photographer? Tell your clients that you can create images of their products in any color and on any background. Mostly shoot fashion? Make beautiful and seamless adjustments to clothing and wardrobe.

Color Correct & Color Grade
Starting with an accurate base is the key to great image coloring. We’ll walk you through our workflow of using Adjustment Layers to fix highlights, shadows, and white balance to get your images to a great starting point. Then we’ll dig into the creative side where we color the highlights, midtones, and shadows of an image to give it a unique and powerful look.

Create Custom Looks, Filters & LUTs
Never use an Instagram filter again! Photoshop and Adjustment Layers allow you to dial in your own custom looks and style. Not only can you get an image exactly how you want it, you can copy that look to other images or even save it out as a custom LUT to use later or share with others!

Work Non-Destructively
Learning a professional Photoshop workflow starts with an understanding of how to work non-destructively. Make any edits you need without ever damaging any of the pixels in the original photo. We’ll show you everything you need to know about how to edit as well as how to make every edit its own layer that can be turned on, turned off, or changed at any time.

Local & Global Edits
Global edits are changes made to an entire image. Local edits are changes made to only part of a photo. During post-processing, you’ll likely find yourself using both to achieve the final image that you want. We show you how to use Adjustment Layers in combination with the many refinement tools Photoshop has to offer, so you have the precision and control you’ll need to impress.

Layer Masks & Clipping Masks
Since Adjustment Layers work like any other Layer in Photoshop, we can use Layer Masks, Clipping Masks, and other techniques to have our edits affect only the areas that we want. Learn how to use Layer Masks and Clipping Masks to apply edits to only a single layer or even groups of layers.

Luminance Blending
One of the most powerful techniques in Photoshop, Luminance Blending allows you to apply Adjustment Layers to the highlights, midtones, and shadows of an image with great precision and flexibility. Have a subject with dark shadows under their eyes? Use an Exposure Adjustment Layer with Blend If to brighten the shadows without affecting the highlights in their skin!

Edit Any Photo
Whether you’re into portraits, landscapes, product photography, food photography, or social media, Adjustment layers are the most powerful way to get the most out of any image. Don’t settle for basic photo editors that don’t give you the control to help your images stand out!

Brightness & Contrast
This Adjustment Layer is a quick and easy solution to fixing basic issues in an image. Too dark? Raise the brightness a bit. Too flat? Try pumping up the contrast a bit. Better yet, use this layer in combination with Layer Masks and Clipping Masks to give your photo perfect balance.

Curves & Levels
Two of the most commonly used Adjustment Layers in Photoshop, Curves and Levels allow you to adjust the contrast in an image by changing the black and white end points. We break down the important differences between both, how they each push and pull the information in an image, and how to use them for additional techniques such as coloring.

Hue & Saturation
The most important Adjustment Layer in Photoshop for changing and affecting colors. We’ll show you how to use this layer to adjust and change the color of anything from backgrounds, to eyes, to landscapes, and even food.

Add Vibrance
Adding saturation can be great, but unrealistic and unnatural skin tones can ruin an image. Vibrance is a smart tool within Photoshop that allows you to bump up the saturation of the more muted colors in an image. Learn how and when to use it to make your images pop without affecting skin tones.

Black & White
Instantly convert any photo to black and white and get full control over adjusting the tonal range to achieve a monochrome look that you’ll love. Black and white is much more than just dropping the saturation and we’ll show you everything you can do to make an image come to life without color. Once you’re ready to go more in-depth, check out our PRO tutorial How to Master Black & White in Photoshop.

Fill Layers
Fill layers can be used for anything from adding color to the highlights or shadows of an image to changing the background color for a poster or advertisement. We’ll show you all the tips and tricks that these versatile Adjustment Layers offer.

Photo Filter
Add quick and subtle color toning to any image using the Photo Filter Adjustment Layer in Photoshop. Quickly and easily warm up or cool down an image or add in notes of any color that you want.

Color Balance
Another great tool for making nuanced color adjustments to an image. Use Color Balance to remove color casts and add add color toning to any photo. With all of the options for color toning in Photoshop, we’ll break down every tool and explain the pros, cons, and best applications of each.

Channel Mixer
Learn how RGB color channels work within Photoshop and how to adjust them using the Color Channel Mixer Adjustment Layer in Photoshop. It can be a complicated topic, but we’ll break down the fundamentals and show you step-by-step how to use this adjustment to create stunning color changes.

Invert
Quickly Invert colors in Photoshop! This Adjustment Layer can be used for either creative effects or in a practical way to change logos or text from light to dark (or vice versa).

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Master Adjustment Layers Chapter 01
01-Introduction to Adjustment Layers
01-Introduction to Adjustment Layers.srt
02-How to Use Adjustment Layers
02-How to Use Adjustment Layers.srt
03-Make the Most of Adjustments using Layer Masks, Clipping Masks, and Luminance Blending

Master Adjustment Layers Chapter 02
01-How to Make Radiant Eyes in Photoshop
01-How to Make Radiant Eyes in Photoshop.srt
02-How to Fix Uneven Skin Tone in Photoshop
02-How to Fix Uneven Skin Tone in Photoshop.srt
03-How to Reduce Skin Redness in Photoshop
03-How to Reduce Skin Redness in Photoshop.srt
04-How to Color Correct Photos in Photoshop
04-How to Color Correct Photos in Photoshop.srt
05-How to Correct Exposure in Photoshop
05-How to Correct Exposure in Photoshop.srt
06-How to Create a Pure White Background for Portraits in Photoshop
06-How to Create a Pure White Background for Portraits in Photoshop.srt
07-How to Create a Solid Background for Products in Photoshop
07-How to Create a Solid Background for Products in Photoshop.srt
08-How to Add a Film Look to Photos in Photoshop
08-How to Add a Film Look to Photos in Photoshop.srt
09-How to Create Stunning Black and White Photos
09-How to Create Stunning Black and White Photos.srt
10-How to Change an Objects Color in Photoshop
10-How to Change an Objects Color in Photoshop.srt
11-How to Create an LUT (Color Lookup) in Photoshop
11-How to Create an LUT (Color Lookup) in Photoshop.srt

Master Adjustment Layers Chapter 03
01-Solid Color Fill Layer
01-Solid Color Fill Layer.srt
02-Gradient Fill Layer
02-Gradient Fill Layer.srt
03-Pattern Fill Layer
03-Pattern Fill Layer.srt
04-Brightness and Contrast Adjustment Layer
04-Brightness and Contrast Adjustment Layer.srt
05-Levels Adjustment Layer
05-Levels Adjustment Layer.srt
06-Curves Adjustment Layer
06-Curves Adjustment Layer.srt
07-Exposure Adjustment Layer
07-Exposure Adjustment Layer.srt
08-Vibrance Adjustment Layer
08-Vibrance Adjustment Layer.srt
09-Hue and Saturation Adjustment Layer
09-Hue and Saturation Adjustment Layer.srt
10-Color Balance Adjustment Layer
10-Color Balance Adjustment Layer.srt
11-Black and White Adjustment Layer
11-Black and White Adjustment Layer.srt
12-Photo Filter Adjustment Layer
12-Photo Filter Adjustment Layer.srt
13-Channel Mixer Adjustment Layer
13-Channel Mixer Adjustment Layer.srt
14-LUT (Color Lookup)
14-LUT (Color Lookup).srt
15-Invert Adjustment Layer
15-Invert Adjustment Layer.srt
16-Posterize Adjustment Layer
16-Posterize Adjustment Layer.srt
17-Threshold Adjustment Layer
17-Threshold Adjustment Layer.srt
18-Gradient Map Adjustment Layer
18-Gradient Map Adjustment Layer.srt
19-Selective Color Adjustment Layer
19-Selective Color Adjustment Layer.srt

Master Adjustment Layers Teaser
Master_Adjustment_Layers_Sample_Images_Subscriber.zip

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