Photoshop Tonality Control Video
In this video I will guide you through my own multiple exposure workflow. I will illustrate how I use these powerful tools and techniques to control tonality throughout my entire processing workflow. These techniques are quite advanced, and can be challenging, but they yield incredible results that are not possible with HDR software. I'll demonstrate how I take 4 raw files from pre-visulization to fully realized master file.
Techniques covered: Multiple Exposure Blending, luminosity selections and masks, refined selections, advanced selection building, image repair and cloning, advanced burning, freehand masking and more.
9 chapters, covering 3 hours, 40 minutes of content.
Required: This video is not intended for Photoshop beginners. You will need to be familiar with the basic tools in Photoshop as well as masks, adjustment layers and basic selections. All of the processing is done within Photoshop and Adobe Camera Raw. My workflow is based in CS5, but almost all of the techniques are compatible with previous versions of Photoshop. This is not compatible with Photoshop Elements.
Players: This video will look quite different in the Quicktime
player compared to other players like WMP, or VLC. In the Quicktime
player it will look the most accurate, but it shows up little desaturated
and has slightly less contrast than the original. In other players like
VLC, the video will show up over saturated and with a little extra contrast.
You can choose which which you prefer.
Video tutorial files are delivered via secure web download. These are large files, it may take 30 minutes to download, or it may take a few hours depending on your broadband connection and server traffic. it comes in 2 parts: part 1 is 1.26 gigs, part 2 is 1.1 gigs.
For more information on Luminosity masks and selections visit Tony Kuyper's site, he has some great write ups on luminosity masks and has downloadable actions he sells on there as well.Click here to visit Tony Kuyper Photography.
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