--Photoshop CC One-on-One: Advanced (обновлен 19/09/2014)--Год выпуска: 2014 Производитель: Lynda Сайт производителя: lynda.com Автор: Deke McClelland Продолжительность: 12:39 Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок Язык: Английский Описание: The third part of the popular and comprehensive series Photoshop CC One-on-One follows industry pro Deke McClelland as he plunges into the inner workings of Adobe Photoshop. He shows how to adjust your color, interface, and performance settings to get the best out of your images and the most out of Photoshop, and explores the power of Smart Objects, Shadows/Highlights, and Curves for making subtle, nondestructive adjustments. The course dives into Camera Raw to experiment with the editing toolset there, and returns to Photoshop to discuss toning, blur, and blend modes. Deke also teaches tried-and-true methods for sharpening details and reducing noise, as well as creating quick and accurate selections with Quick Mask, Color Range, and Refine Edge commands. Третья часть популярной серии Photoshop One-on-One.
Introduction Welcome to One-on-One 23. Shortcuts and Settings Adding shortcuts and adjusting preferences Loading my dekeKeys keyboard shortcuts Reviewing your new custom keyboard shortcuts Remapping your Macintosh OS shortcuts Adjusting a few general preferences Using the visual HUD color picker The interface and performance settings Adjusting Photoshop color settings 24. Smart Objects Smart Object means "indestructible" Three ways to place a Smart Object Copying and pasting from Adobe Illustrator Transforming and warping a vector object Blending a Smart Object into a photograph Blurring with a nested Smart Filter Editing a Smart Object in Illustrator Creating "true clones" Duplicating a group of clones Breaking the Smart Object link Editing originals; updating clones Embedding versus linking (CC 2014) Removing people from a scene with Median 25. Shadows/Highlights Luminance meets sharpening Correcting for lens distortion Introducing Shadows/Highlights Mitigating halos with Radius values Enhancing the effects of Midtone Contrast Creating a "bounce" with Gaussian Blur Sharpening on top of blur Masking a group of Smart Filters Reducing the density of a layer mask 26. Using Curves How the Curves graph works Introducing the Curves adjustment Adding and editing points on a curve Curves tips and tricks Correcting a challenging image Selecting and darkening highlights Neutralizing colors; smoothing transitions The new automatic Curves function 27. Camera Raw Photoshop's digital darkroom Opening and editing multiple images Previewing and applying your changes (CC 2014) Correcting white balance The revamped Exposure controls Working with archival Camera Raw images Retouching with the Spot Removal tool Using the Graduated Filter tool Painting edits with the Adjustment Brush Tone curves (and why you don't need them) Straighten, crop, and geometric distortions Auto-upright and manual lens corrections Vignette, chromatic aberration, and fringe Selective hue, saturation, and luminance Working with JPEG and TIFF images Camera Raw Smart Objects The Camera Raw filter and Radial Filter tool Editing Camera Raw images from Bridge 28. Duotones and Colorization Infusing black and white with color Creating a professional-quality sepia tone Introducing the Gradient Map adjustment Loading a library of custom gradients Creating a custom quadtone Colorizing with blend modes and Opacity Creating a faux-color, high-key effect 29. Noise versus Detail Noise isn't all bad Introducing the Reduce Noise filter Correcting a noisy photo Smoothing over high-contrast noise Protecting details with an edge mask Adjusting overly saturated shadows Correcting with High Pass and Lens Blur Masking blur and sharpen layers Creating texture by adding noise The Camera Raw Detail panel Correcting noise and detail in Camera Raw Adding noise grain and vignetting effects 30. The Blur Gallery Why blur focuses your attention Creating a depth-of-field effect with Field Blur Adjusting your Field Blur settings Editing and exporting a Field Blur mask Adding a synthetic light bokeh Using the Selection Bleed option Creating a radial blur with Iris Blur Creating "fake miniatures" with Tilt-Shift Combining multiple Blur Gallery effects Adding a slow flash effect with Path Blur (CC 2014) Adding elliptical motion with Spin Blur (CC 2014) 31. Blend Modes Blending layers with (basic) math Using the Dissolve mode Multiply and the darken modes Screen and the lighten modes Cleaning up and integrating a bad photo Blending inside blend modes Overlay and the contrast modes A few great uses for the contrast modes Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, and Divide Capturing the differences between images Hue, Saturation, Color, and Luminosity Blend mode shortcuts The Fill Opacity Eight Using the luminance-exclusion slider bars 32. Color Range and Quick Mask The best automatic selection functions Introducing the Color Range command Selecting a complex image with Color Range Refining a selection in the Quick Mask mode Viewing a mask with or without its image Painting directly inside an alpha channel Correcting fringes around a masked layer Turning a layer into a knockout 33. Refine Edge and Layer Masks The best automatic selection enhancements Laying down a base layer mask Introducing the Refine Edge/Mask command Edge detection and Smart Radius Using the Refine Radius tool The transformative power of Refine Edge Perfecting a mask with overlay painting Combining Quick Selection with Refine Mask Bolstering and integrating hair Creating a mask with Select > Focus Area (CC 2014) Cleaning up a jagged Focus Area mask (CC 2014) Real-world compositing (CC 2014) 34. The Pen Tool Tracing an image point by point Pixel-based masking versus the Pen tool Drawing a straight-sided path outline Moving, deleting, and adding anchor points Dragging control handles to modify curves Converting a path outline to a vector mask Customizing a geometric shape How to position points and control handles Drawing smooth points with the Pen tool Duplicating and scaling a vector mask Cusp points and the Rubber Band option Setting anchor points in the pasteboard Using the Convert Point tool Conclusion Until next time
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