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Color Correction in Photoshop CS4
Apr 16, 2009
Whether it’s adjusting the exposure, increasing contrast, or boosting saturation, Photoshop is the place to improve an image.
Color Efex Pro 4: Professional Styling for Color Photos
Nov 17, 2011
Color Efex Pro offers several useful workflows that can enhance your digital arsenal, including options that mimic real world tools like neutral density filters and various types of negative and E-6 film stock. Photoshop expert Dan Moughamian explores some of the color styling workflows available in Color Efex Pro 4 Complete, which was released in September 2011.
Color Management 101 for Digital Artists
Jun 3, 2005
Designers, avid digital camera users, or perfectionists, take note. The International Color Consortium and Bryan Hoff are here to help you calibrate your monitor, printer, and scanner to match international standards. Color yourself informed!
Color Management in Photoshop CS4
Apr 21, 2009
Conrad Chavez and David Blatner describe the details of color management in Adobe Photoshop CS4.
Color Me Badd: Color Correction for Photographers
Feb 10, 2010
Best-selling authors Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski use their shared wit and photo-editing expertise to show you every cool trick in the book for color correcting photos in Adobe Photoshop Elements 8.
Color Me Badd: Color Correction for Photographers
Apr 23, 2008
Best-selling authors Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski use their shared wit and photo-editing expertise to show you every cool trick in the book for color correcting photos in Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.
Color Me Badd: Color Correction for Photographers in Photoshop Elements 7
May 27, 2009
Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski cover the details of color correction in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7, including working with histograms, studio photo correction, adjusting flesh tones, converting from color to black and white, and more.
Color Settings in Adobe Photoshop CS4
Jan 8, 2009
Learn which Photoshop features make what you see on the screen at least resemble, if not actually match, what you get in your printed output.
Color Spaces, Device Characterization, and Color Management in Photoshop 7
Dec 20, 2002
This sample chapter provides an overview of how we see color, measure color, calibrate color scanners, monitors and printers, and what color working spaces and file bit-depths to use in Photoshop.
Combining Multiple Images in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7
Feb 20, 2009
Learn to combine multiple photos to create that great shot that you didn’t actually get.
Comparing and Filtering Photos in Lightroom 3
Oct 18, 2010
If you take thousands of photos every year, you know about the complexity of organizing those images and finding the exact shot you need. Dan Moughamian, author of Adobe Digital Imaging How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques for Photoshop CS5, Lightroom 3, and Camera Raw 6, demonstrates how Lightroom 3 can make these processes more precise and efficient.
Comparing Digital Camera Sensors, Part 1
Feb 22, 2008
In part one of this three-part series, Peter Bauer takes a look at some practical aspects of different-sized camera sensors in digital SLRs. Which camera should you buy? You may want to read this first.
Comparing Digital Camera Sensors, Part 2
Feb 29, 2008
Digital SLR cameras can do more than ever before, but is it worth the extra money to buy a DSLR that uses a sensor the size of a 35mm negative instead of a less-expensive camera using a smaller sensor? Pete Bauer did some independent testing using a full-frame Canon 5D and a camera using Canon's smaller APS-C size sensor.
Comparing Digital Camera Sensors, Part 3
Mar 7, 2008
In this final installment of his three-part series, Peter Bauer addresses specific differences between shooting cameras with full frame sensors and cameras with APS-C size sensors.
Complete Guide to Using Actions in Photoshop
Dec 22, 2005
Whenever you perform a repetitive task in Photoshop, you can save yourself time and effort by using actions. Helen Bradley's quick-start guide explains what a Photoshop action is, how to find and play an action, and how to record your own.
Compositing an Imaginary Place with Photoshop
Nov 29, 2002
See how an idea for a client turned into a new method for creating imaginary places as Sharon Steuer pieces together digital snapshots in Photoshop to create an original composition.
Compositing Multiple Images in Photoshop
Oct 6, 2015
In this excerpt from The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop, 2nd Edition, Jeff Schewe shows you how to use Photoshop to composite your images.
Converting the Background in Adobe Photoshop CS5
Dec 6, 2010
There are many things you can do to a layer that you can’t do to the Background. You can, however, convert the Background into a layer, at which time it will adopt all the functions of a normal layer. In this excerpt from Photoshop CS5 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide, Elaine Weinmann and Peter Lourekas show you how.
Converting to Black and White Using Camera Raw
Dec 18, 2010
Although Photoshop has its own Black & White conversion adjustment layer, you can create a much better black-and-white conversion using Camera Raw. In this excerpt from The Adobe Photoshop CS5 Book for Digital Photographers, Scott Kelby shows you how.
Correcting an Underexposed Image in Lightroom
Apr 8, 2008
Everyone overexposes an occasional photo. You might do it deliberately, in order to convey a certain mood, but more often than not it's an accident and you won't like the result. Martin Evening shows how to use Lightroom to fix those images on which you got a little carried away.

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