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Post-processing a Black and White Photograph

Post-processing a Black and White Photograph

What is a Black and White photograph? A Black and White photograph is a greyscale representation of a color image. Sounds easy enough. However, what does that mean? The combination of three different information types creates a color. These information types are: The Tone or Hue of the color (red, green, purple). The Saturation of the color. The Luminance of the color. In the figure below, you can see the base colors of the RGB and CMYK color schemes. A

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How to use the Radial Filter Tool

How to use the Radial Filter Tool

Radial Filter and its Settings The starting point of the Radial Filter is an elliptical selection. You can change the ellipse’s form into a circle or an almost straight line by dragging on one of the four handles accordingly. However, you cannot create your own shapes with it. Its settings are very similar to the Graduated Filter Tool and only differ by the Inverse Checkbox at the bottom of the Radial Filter Settings, as you can see in the figure

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Post-processing with the Graduated Filter Tool

Post-processing with the Graduated Filter Tool

Example of using the Graduated Filter Enough of the theory. Let’s look at some practical examples on how to use and adjust the Graduated Filter Tool. The following is the photo we are going to adjust now. Filter Placement Since the eye is drawn to a picture’s bright areas, you will be looking predominantly at the sky instead of the village, even though the river offers a nice leading line. To correct that, we will be adding a Graduated Filter

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How to use the Graduated Filter Tool

How to use the Graduated Filter Tool

This post was updated on July 18th, 2021What is a Graduated Filter? There are two types of filters in photography. You will find filters with the same strength across the entire Filter and filters where the full effect gradually builts up. In the first group, you will find Natural Density, Polarization, and Color Filters, among others. The second group is the Graduated Filters and Reversed Graduated Filters. While the first group can come as both screw-in round filters and rectangular

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