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4. White May Not Necessarily Be White in High Key

When working with a high key image, it’s great to have a completely white background. At times, however, the all-white background can look a little disconcerting, making your model look as if he is floating in space. Once you have your selection in place, click on the Curves adjustment layer, and the selection will automatically be added to the curves adjustment (see Figure 6). Dragging the midtones higher, you can adjust the background color to get it as close to white as possible, without making it completely bright white.

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