Creating Black-and-White Landscape Photos with Photoshop with Taz Tally
English | 3h 1m | AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 495 Mb
Photographers like Ansel Adams taught us to look differently at nature: not in terms of color, but instead emphasizing tone and contrast. Converting images to black-and-white reveals these hidden depths of composition and focus a viewer's attention on forms, textures, and fabrics.
In this course, Taz Tally teaches you how to use modern techniques to transform color images into majestic black-and-white landscapes, using the modern photographer's favorite tool: Photoshop. Learn how to evaluate images with the Info tool, convert RGb color images using Photoshop's time-saving black-and-white presets, and make more advanced adjustments with the black-and-white custom sliders, masks, and adjustment layers. Plus, learn finishing techniques, like sharpening, that will make your images look their best when it comes time to print.
Exploring different methods for creating grayscale images
Measuring grayscale values using the Histogram and Info panels
Adjusting highlights and shadows to improve brightness and contrast
Enhancing foreground-background separation
Creating contrast with masks
Enhancing contrast with gradient masks and clipping-masked curves
Sharpening with nondestructive tools
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