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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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Dodge and Burn with the Adjustment Brush

Dodge and Burn with the Adjustment Brush

What is Dodge and Burn When you are photographing landscapes, you might find that some areas in your photograph should have been darker or brighter. However your camera’s sensor or your film was not quite capable of recording this. In these cases an old darkroom technique called Dodge (brighten) and Burn (darken) can help you to improve your photograph. Dodge and Burn will also help you to prepare your photographs for print, as you have to consider that your printed

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How to use the Watermark Editor

How to use the Watermark Editor

This post was updated on June 25th, 2020Restrictions on creating watermarks with Adobe ® Lightroom Isn’t this mean, I just said we would learn how to add watermarks, and now I am starting you off with the restrictions already? However, better now than never, I suppose. If you have followed this series along, or indeed if you have worked some time with Adobe ® Lightroom already, you may have noticed that there is no option in the Develop module that

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