How to Make Image Adjustments – Adobe Photoshop CS6 Tutorial

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In this tutorial you can learn How to make Image Adjustments in Photoshop CS6 by Adobe TV Experts.

This tutorial No.5 contain following episodes:

1. Fixing problems automatically:
If you are looking for a quick fix to improve your image quality, this lesson is for you. You’ll learn about the automatic color correction functions in Photoshop.

2. Auto Corrections:
Photoshop CS6 has been vastly improved to speed up your workflow. In improving Auto corrections, your images are now processed faster, giving you more time to experiment and be creative.

3. The Power of Adjustment Layers:
In Adobe Photoshop non-destructive editing is the way to go, and Adjustment Layers give you the ability to make changes and then “change” your mind; even days later. Let Infinite Skills author show you how they work. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.

4. Using Adjustment Layers: A Basic Workflow:
This lesson will guide you through a basic workflow for optimizing the overall tone and color in your digital images.

5. Levels 101:
When it comes to adjusting images, Levels can help you do everything from simple lightening or darkening of an image, to increasing overall contrast. Infinite Skills author will guide you through the basics of this indispensable tool. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.

6. Dodge – Burn and Sponge 101:
Three basics of image adjustment are discussed here by Infinite Skills author. The Dodge tool (lightening), The Burn tool (darkening), and the Sponge Tool (color saturation).

7. Working with Dodge and Burn.

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