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Michael Brown

Michael Brown

Camera RAW, Part 2

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction
Introduction To Photoshop

14m 46s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Learning Photoshop
0:51
Key To Learning Photoshop
0:52
Four Categories of Photoshop
1:39
Selections
1:40
Corrections
2:23
Retouching
2:40
Manipulation
3:15
Bridge, Camera RAW, and Photoshop Overview
3:46
Bridge
3:47
Camera RAW
4:26
Photoshop
5:03
Example: Editing an Image
5:30
Working In Bridge
5:36
Working In Camera RAW
7:19
Working In Photoshop
9:15
Shadows & Highlights Adjustment
10:02
Cropping & Canvas Size Adjustment
10:49
Noise Adjustment
12:24
Lesson Summary
14:02
The Importance of Quality

17m 46s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
The Mantra of Quality
2:07
The Mantra of Quality
2:08
Setting Up Your Camera
3:50
Setting Up Your Camera For JPEG & RAW
3:51
Camera Image Quality and Image Size Screenshots
5:55
Some Tips on Taking Quality Photos
8:28
Fill The Frame & Compose your Shot Tightly In The Monitor
8:53
Example 1: Taking Quality Photos
9:20
Example 2: Taking Quality Photos
10:28
Example 3: Taking Quality Photos
10:53
Check Your Focus
11:46
Be Careful of Camera Shake
13:06
Make Sure That You Get The Best Exposure
14:24
Shoot Multiple Angles and Focal Lengths
15:14
Shoot Several Shots of a Scene If You Can
17:10
Light & Color

15m 27s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
A Simple Lesson in Light & Color
1:07
What is Light?
1:08
Brightness
1:19
Color
2:26
Transmitted Light vs. Reflected Light
3:01
Transmitted Light is Additive
4:34
Reflected Light is Subtractive
6:23
Why Is This Important In Photoshop?
7:16
Color Spaces
7:48
Visible Spectrum of Color
8:12
ProPhoto RGB
8:42
Adobe RGB
9:58
sRGB
10:40
CMYK
11:34
Set Camera to Adobe RGB and Photoshop Default to Adobe RGB
13:10
RGB vs. CMYK
14:11
White Balance and Monitor Calibration

17m 34s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
White Balance
0:55
What is White Balance?
0:56
White Balance Preset In Your Camera
1:53
Example: White Balance
3:09
Daylight
4:06
Tungsten
4:36
Shade
5:33
How Does White Balance Apply in Photoshop?
6:56
Camera RAW & Temperature Slider
6:57
Monitor Calibration
8:39
Monitor Calibration
8:40
Calibrating Your Monitor Overview
9:32
A Basic Color Monitor Calibration Method
10:51
A Basic Method for Calibrating to a Printer
13:25
Lesson Summary
17:03
II. Workspace
The Workspace

20m 17s

Intro
0:00
The Work Space
0:15
Application Frame
0:16
The New Interface
2:22
The Tool Bar
4:28
The Options Bar
7:31
The Menu Bar
8:38
The Panels
9:16
Mini Bridge and Video Timeline
11:20
The Document Window
12:39
Arranging Documents
16:15
Customizing Your Workspace
17:33
Lesson Summary
19:27
The Tool Bar & Essential Shortcuts

14m 16s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Essential Key Commands in Photoshop
0:43
Photoshop Tools - Defined
1:40
Photoshop CS6 Tools & Tool Shortcut Key
2:14
Photoshop CS6 Tools & Tool Shortcut Key: Overview
2:15
Move Tool
2:51
Hand Tool
3:04
Marquee Tool
3:26
Lasso Tool
3:42
Quick Selection Tool & Magic Wand Tool
4:11
Crop Tool
4:41
Perspective Crop Tool & Slice Tool
7:32
Color Sampler & Eyedropper Tool
8:09
Healing Brush Tool
9:14
Brush/Pencil Tool
9:28
Clone/Pattern Stamp Tool
9:37
History Brush Tool
9:52
Eraser Tool
10:07
Gradient
10:16
Blur/Sharpen/Smudge Tool
10:23
Dodge/Burn/ Sponge Tool
10:31
Pen Tool
10:43
Text Tool
10:50
Path Selection Tool
11:03
Shape Tool
11:09
Hand & Rotate View Tool
11:37
Zoom Tool
11:57
Quick Mask
13:01
Screen Mode
13:17
The Menu Bar

17m

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
File
0:34
New
0:50
Open
1:05
Browse in Bridge and Mini Bridge
1:14
Open as Smart Objects
1:33
Open Recent
1:56
Close, Close All, Close and Go to Bridge…
2:55
Save, Save As, and Save for Web
3:22
Place, Import, Export
4:00
Automate
4:09
Scripts
5:21
Edit
6:18
Undo, Step Forward, and Step Backward
6:19
Cut, Copy, Paste, and Paste Special
6:47
Fill and Stroke
7:10
Content-Award Scale & Puppet Warp
7:17
Free Transform and Transform
7:29
Color Settings & Keyboard Shortcuts
7:50
Image
8:27
Mode
8:30
Adjustments
9:07
Layer
10:08
Layer
10:09
Type
10:31
Type
10:32
Filter
11:24
Filter
11:25
View
12:04
Proof Setup & Colors
12:11
Rulers
12:46
Show Grid & Guides
13:04
Show Pixel Grid
13:58
Window
14:57
Window
14:58
Help
15:27
Help
15:28
Setting Preferences

18m 36s

Intro
0:00
Setting Preferences: General
0:21
Color Picker, HUD Color Picker, and Image Interpolation
0:22
Auto-Update Open Documents, Beep When Done, and Dynamic Color Sliders
1:54
Export Clipboard
2:27
Use Shift Key for Tool Switch
2:40
Resize Image During Place
3:15
Animated Zoom
3:51
Zoom Resizes Windows
4:30
Zoom with Scroll Wheel & Zoom Clicked Point to Center
5:01
Flick Panning
5:33
Vary Round Brush Hardness Based on HUD Vertical Movement
5:49
Place or Drag Raster Images as Smart Objects
6:06
Setting Preferences: Interface
6:33
Appearance
6:44
Options
7:08
Setting Preferences: File Handling
7:44
File Saving Options
7:45
File Compatibility
9:40
Camera Raw Preferences
10:34
Setting Preferences: Performance
12:35
Memory Usage
12:36
History & Cache
13:36
Graphics Processor Settings
14:05
Setting Preferences: Cursors
14:36
Painting Cursors
14:37
Other Cursors & Brush Preview
15:29
Setting Preferences: Transparency & Gamut
15:41
Transparency Settings
15:42
Gamut Warning
15:54
Setting Preferences: Units & Rulers
16:36
Units & Rulers
16:37
Setting Preferences: Guides, Grid & Slices
16:50
Guides, Grid and Slices
16:51
Setting Preferences: Plug-in & Type
17:52
Plug-in & Type
17:53
III. Adobe Bridge
Adobe Bridge Overview

18m 13s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
The Basic Interface
0:53
Starting Adobe Bridge
0:54
General Tab
1:52
The Panels
3:50
The Panels
3:51
The Tools Bar
6:35
Navigation Tool
6:43
Favorites
7:20
Recent Files
7:33
Boomerang
7:48
Get Photos from Camera & Refines
8:17
Open in Camera Raw & Output
9:28
Thumbnail Qualities
9:56
Sorting Files
10:50
Workspace Layout
11:09
Filmstrip
11:32
Metadata
12:05
Output
12:15
Menu Bar
13:20
Menu Bar
13:21
Content View Controls
13:48
Content View Controls
13:49
Customizing the Workspace
15:25
Customizing the Workspace
15:26
Lesson Summary
17:19
Importing, Sorting, and Rating

22m 22s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Preferences
0:32
Accessing Preferences
1:00
Appearance
1:13
Behavior
1:34
Favorite Items
2:00
Metadata
2:28
Menu Bar
3:14
File
3:15
Edit
4:04
View
4:48
Stacks and Label
5:33
Window
7:22
Importing Images
7:39
Getting Images
7:40
Selecting Specific Files
8:35
Save Options
11:17
Advanced Options
12:33
Apply Metadata
13:25
Editing & Rating
14:28
Editing & Rating
14:29
Filtering
20:34
Filtering
20:35
Lesson Summary
21:17
Getting Organized

13m 9s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Getting Organized
0:32
Stacks
0:33
Favorites
3:08
Collections
4:48
Keywords & Search by Filtering
7:07
Summary
11:00
Creating PDF's and Web Photo Galleries

8m 49s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:05
Creating PDF's
0:32
Getting Started
0:33
Output & Document
0:57
Layout & Overlays
2:28
Header
3:22
Web Photo Galleries
5:10
Getting Started
5:11
Output & Appearance
5:30
Create Gallery: Upload Location & Saving
7:05
Adobe Bridge Summary

11m 18s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:15
Summary of Principal Features in Adobe Bridge
0:27
The Bridge Workspace is Customizable
0:28
Downloading Images From a Camera Directly to Bridge
1:55
Sorting, Labeling, and Rating Images
3:01
Filter Panel
4:20
Favorites Panel
5:21
Navigation
7:51
Keywords and Metadata
8:19
Creating PDF's and Web Photo Galleries
10:17
IV. Camera RAW
Camera RAW

11m 44s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:43
What is RAW & Camera RAW?
1:02
JPEG
1:03
RAW
3:30
Camera RAW
4:17
Camera RAW
5:20
Choosing Your Files
5:21
Camera RAW Workspace
6:07
JPEG vs. RAW
7:08
Camera RAW, Part 2

22m 40s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:19
Why Use Camera RAW?
0:35
Why Use Camera RAW?
0:36
Why Bother With Photoshop?
1:16
Why Bother With Camera RAW?
2:03
A Quick Look at The Tool Bar and Tools
2:52
Getting Started in Camera RAW
2:53
Save Image, Open Image, and Done
3:50
A Quick Look at The Tool Bar and Tools
5:06
Basic Panel
8:18
Temperature Slider & Tint
8:19
Exposure
9:54
Highlights & Contrast
10:23
Whites and Blacks
11:14
Clarity
11:21
Vibrant and Saturation
12:13
Lens Corrections
13:25
Enable Lens Profile Corrections
13:56
Color Tab
15:34
Split Toning
18:10
Split Toning
18:11
Noise Reduction
18:39
Detail Panel
19:59
Noise Reduction
20:23
Tone Curve
21:36
Tone Curve
21:45
V. Photoshop Basics
Categories

11m 28s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
The Four Basic Categories in Photoshop
2:10
The Four Basic Categories in Photoshop Overview
2:36
Selection
3:01
Correction
4:14
Retouch
4:47
Manipulation
5:31
Some Important Tools and Valuable Shortcuts
6:23
Hand Tool
6:30
Move Tool
7:21
Zoom Tool 1
7:56
Zoom Tool 2
8:39
Zoom Tool 3
9:13
Quick Mask
9:38
Gradient Tool
10:58
File Formats

9m 37s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
The Primary File Formats in Photoshop
0:41
PSD
1:10
TIFF
3:09
JPEG
4:20
PNG
5:55
GIF
6:22
PDF
7:01
DNG
7:37
Image Size, Canvas Size, & Resolution

20m 54s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Image Size & Resolution
0:49
Pixel Dimensions & Document Size
1:31
Canvas Size
13:48
Canvas Size
13:49
Saving Your Images

17m 18s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Saving Your Images
0:27
Save & Save As
0:28
Save in Background and Auto Save
6:04
Save for Web
8:27
Cropping & Straightening

13m 59s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Correcting for Lens Distortion and Camera Vignetting
0:50
Correcting for Lens Distortion and Camera Vignetting
0:51
Straightening Horizons
4:06
Straightening Horizons
4:07
The New Interface & Cropping
6:20
The New Interface & Cropping
6:21
Perspective Cropping
10:10
Perspective Cropping
10:11
Brushes

28m 3s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:08
Basic Brushes
2:17
Introduction to Basic Brushes
2:18
Brush Control Panel
3:47
Brush Control Panel: Mode
4:19
Brush Control Panel: Opacity
5:04
Brush Control Panel: Pressure
5:11
Brush Control Panel: Flow
6:44
Brush Control Panel: Airbrush Control
7:46
Brush Sizing Shortcuts
8:54
Adjusting Brush Size and Hardness Shortcuts
8:55
Bush Controls
11:54
Brush Controls
11:55
Types of Brushes
16:25
Bristle Brushes
16:26
Erodible Tip Brushes
17:54
Air Brushes
19:18
Mixer Brushes
22:25
How to Make a Custom Basic Brush
25:02
Sharpening Methods

18m 3s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Sharpening Terms
1:58
Amount
2:11
Radius
3:06
Threshold
3:44
Sharpening Methods
4:29
Sharpen
4:30
Sharpen More
5:42
Sharpened Edges
6:53
Smart Sharpen
9:04
Unsharp Mask
11:08
High Pass Sharpening
12:48
Exposure & Color, Part 1

18m 43s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Exposure and Color Overview
0:29
The Mantra & The Controls
0:30
Auto Exposure & Color Controls
0:59
Manual Exposure Controls
1:46
Color Controls
2:21
Adjustment Demonstration 1
3:20
Curves & Auto Color Correction Options
4:37
Brightness/Contrast
7:47
Levels
8:36
More On Curves
10:15
Adjustment Demonstration 2
13:26
Using Curves
14:02
Adjustment Demonstration 3
16:10
Using Curves
16:18
Lesson Summary
18:12
Exposure & Color, Part 2

26m

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Demonstration 1: More on Curves and Levels
2:19
Levels
2:52
Curves
5:54
Demonstration 2: More on Curves and Level
8:11
Curves
8:12
Demonstration 3: Shadows & Highlights
11:09
Overview
11:10
Shadow and Highlights
12:16
Demonstration 4: Hue/Saturation and Vibrance
15:46
Hue/ Saturation
15:47
Vibrance
20:06
Demonstration 5: Color Balance
22:52
Color Balance
24:09
Exposure & Color, Part 3

21m 4s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Demonstration 1: Exposure and Color Correction
2:20
Images Overview
2:23
Correction In Camera RAW
4:59
Correction Using Color Balance
8:43
Demonstration 2: Exposure and Color Correction
13:40
Correction Overview
13:41
Shadow/Highlights
15:04
Curves
16:38
Vibrance
17:21
Hue/Saturation
17:49
Back to Curves
19:19
Images Comparison
19:38
Gradients

24m 5s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
The Paint Bucket & Gradient Tool
0:37
The Paint Bucket Tool
0:38
The Gradient Tool
3:20
The Gradient Editor
10:07
The Gradient Editor
10:08
The Gradient Map Feature
16:26
The Gradient Map Feature
16:27
The Gradient Mask
20:55
The Gradient Mask
20:56
Lesson Summary
23:13
The Transform Tools

20m 5s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Transform Tools: Overview
0:21
Introduction to the Transform Tools
0:22
Scale
2:16
Skew
3:57
Distort
4:34
Perspective
5:00
Warp
5:38
Scale & Skew
6:45
Scale & Skew Demonstration
6:46
Distort
8:39
Distort Demonstration
8:40
Perspective
12:38
Perspective Demonstration
12:39
Warp Demonstration
13:35
Adaptive Wide Angle
14:28
Puppet Warp
15:46
Puppet Warp Demonstration
15:47
Actions

16m 17s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
The Actions Panel
1:30
The Actions Panel
1:31
Preset Actions
3:11
Wood Frame
3:12
Sepia Toning
4:34
Molten Lead
4:43
Gradient Map
5:13
Creating An Action
6:05
Creating An Action Demonstration 1
6:06
Creating An Action Demonstration 2
8:33
The Batch Command
12:30
The Batch Command
12:31
Lesson Summary
15:22
VI. Selections
Introduction to Selections

24m 41s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Introduction to Selections
1:28
Apps and Plug-ins for Photo Correction
1:29
Introduction to Selections
5:26
The Principal Selection Tools: Marquee
7:39
The Principal Selection Tools: Lasso
8:15
The Principal Selection Tools: Quick Selection and Magic Wand
8:42
The Principal Selection Tools: The Pen Tool
9:09
The Principal Selection Tools: Quick Masks & Layer Masks
9:33
Panels: Refine Edge
12:04
Panels: Mask Panel
12:50
Panels: Channels
13:07
Panels: Paths
13:25
Functions: Feather
13:36
Functions: Calculation
14:19
Selections Demonstration 1: Scenery
15:08
Selections Demonstration 2: Car
20:04
Selections Demonstration 3: People
22:51
Lesson Summary
24:06
Selection, Part 1

19m 32s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Marquee Tool
2:44
Marquee Tool (Rectangular and Oval)
2:45
Lasso Tool
7:07
Lasso Tool (Freehand and Polygonal)
7:08
Quick Selection Tool
10:28
Quick Selection Tool
10:29
Magic Wand Tool
11:38
The Magic Wand Tool
11:39
Demonstration 1: Scenery
13:44
Demonstration 2: Flower
15:10
Quick Mask
16:12
Brief Look At The Magnetic Lasso Tool
17:50
Lesson Summary
18:56
Selection, Part 2

31m 29s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Basic Selection Shortcuts
1:24
Basic Selection Shortcuts
1:25
Demonstration 1
4:50
Magic Wand Tool
6:10
The Quick Selection Tool
6:38
The Polygonal Lasso Tool
7:26
Saving and Loading Selection
11:25
Free Hand Lasso Tool Correction
12:54
Painting in Quick Mask to Adjust a Selection
15:49
Image Adjustments
17:45
Demonstration 2
20:50
Painting in Quick Mask & Adjusting the Image
20:51
Lesson Summary
30:46
Feather

13m 24s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
What is Feather?
0:53
Demonstration 1: Fixing the Water
1:26
Demonstration 2: Feather Sample
4:32
Demonstration 3: Fixing the Cove
6:42
Refining Selection Edges

31m 28s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Demonstration 1: Scenery
1:42
Recapping The Use of Feather
1:43
Refine Edge
4:30
Demonstration 2: Flower
10:00
Selection of The Flower
10:01
Preparing The Selection for Cutting Out an Image for Composition
14:01
Demonstration 3: Scenery
19:02
Selection: Grow and Similar
19:03
Edge Detection and Refine Radius Tool
22:21
Lesson Summary
29:52
Pen Tool, Part 1

25m 33s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
The Pen Tool
2:11
Free Form Pen Tool
2:24
Convert Point Tool
5:10
Pen Tool: Shape & Path
7:13
Making Selection With The Pen Tool
8:05
Demonstration 1: Car
18:22
Using The Pen Tool to Make Selection Around a Car
18:23
Pen Tool Summary
22:46
Practice Assignment
23:26
Pen Tool, Part 2

26m 8s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:08
The Pen Tool Recap
0:27
The Pen Tool - Part 2: Working With Points On A Path
2:11
Adjusting a Point For a Sharp Corner
2:51
Activate and Non-Active Points
5:01
Activating a Point(s) & Moving a Point
5:55
Deleting Single and Multiple Points
8:43
Demonstration 1: Automobile
10:17
Adding a Point
11:35
More On Deleting Single and Multiple Points
14:45
How Far Apart to Place Points to Make a Path
16:08
Saving a Path
21:35
Filling or Stroking a Path
23:02
Lesson Summary
25:48
Alpha Channels & Calculations

20m 7s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Demonstration 1: Scenery
1:43
Alpha Channels: What Are They & How to Use Them
1:44
Demonstration 2: Car
8:05
Working With Alpha Channels
8:06
Introduction to Calculations
13:15
Demonstration 3: People
14:54
More On Alpha Channels & Calculations
14:55
Lesson Summary
19:35
VII. Layers, Layer Masks, & Composites
Layers & Adjustment Layers

22m 10s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Layers Basics & The Layer Panel
1:46
Layers Basics & The Layer Panel
1:47
Organize Layers
10:16
Layer Style
12:06
Add Layer Mask
12:27
Adjustment Layers
13:32
Adjustment Layers - Why & How
16:46
Example: Using Adjustment Layers
16:47
Lesson Summary
21:34
Layers & Adjustment Layers, Part 2

21m 24s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Unlocking The Background Layer & Linking Layers
0:30
Unlocking The Background Layer
0:31
Linking Layers
3:36
Adjustment Layers & Layer Masks
7:15
Adjustment Layers & Layer Masks
7:16
Masks vs. Alpha Channels
17:18
Mask vs. Alpha Channels
17:19
Layers & Masks Examples

16m 29s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Layers, Masks & Adjustments
1:04
Making The Selection, Layers, and Mask
1:05
Adjustments: Cove & Ocean
6:42
Adjustments: Sky
12:06
Adjustments: Land
13:44
Layer Composites, Part 1

26m 4s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Seeing Digitally & Selecting Your Composite Elements
1:24
Seeing Digitally
1:25
Selecting Your Composite Elements: Size, Lighting, Perspective, and Color Match
3:57
Creating a Composite
10:10
Creating a Flawless Element Edge
10:11
Moving a Layer From One File to Another
18:15
Changing the Color
23:39
Lesson Summary
24:45
Composites Part 2

24m 6s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Creating The Composite
2:21
Images Overview
2:22
Sharpening The Image
5:08
Moving & Placing Layers
6:45
Retouching The Wall
9:28
Retouching The Wall Under The Flowers
12:24
Adding Shadow With The Burn Tool
14:58
Adding The Lawnmower
17:24
Lesson Summary
23:38
VIII. Retouching
Basic Retouching: Tools & Techniques

28m 56s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
The Basic Retouching Tools and How to Properly Use Them: Demonstration 1
2:39
Image Overview
2:40
Rubber Stamp Tool
4:04
Spot Healing Brush Tool
15:18
The Basic Retouching Tools and How to Properly Use Them: Demonstration 2
19:36
Healing Brush, Spot Healing Brush, and Rubber Stamp
19:37
Patch Tool
24:30
Lesson Summary
27:34
Content Aware Functions

23m 10s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Content Aware Fill
1:39
Using the Content Aware Fill
1:40
Content Aware Move
8:10
Using the Content Aware Move
8:11
Content Aware Scale
11:30
Content Aware Scale: Demonstration 1
11:31
Content Aware Scale: Demonstration 2
15:06
Content Aware Extend
17:30
Content Aware Extend: Demonstration 1
17:31
Content Aware Extend: Demonstration 2
20:05
Lesson Summary
21:34
Retouching People: Part 1

21m 33s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Retouching People: Part 1
1:36
Retouching The Skin
1:37
Retouching Around The Eyes
6:01
Retouching The Eyes
12:06
Body Contouring: Chest
17:33
More On Retouching The Skin
20:12
Retouching People: Part 2

24m 25s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Retouching People: Part 2
1:29
Retouching The Lips
2:30
Retouching The Teeth
8:55
More On Retouching The Lips
11:43
Body Contouring: Face
13:40
Advanced Techniques For Retouching Skin
17:33
Retouching People: Part 3

20m 28s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Advanced Techniques For Retouching Portraits
0:59
Advanced Techniques For Retouching Portraits: Part 1
1:00
Advanced Techniques For Retouching Portraits: Part 2
8:14
Retouching Hair
14:02
Retouching Hair: Part 1
14:03
Retouching Hair: Part 2
15:55
IX. Filters and Blends
Basic Filters & Blend Modes

18m 26s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Basic Filters
0:36
Basic Filters Overview
0:37
Filter Gallery
1:48
Filter Gallery: Plastic Wrap
3:11
Filter Gallery: Texturizer
4:17
Blend Modes
5:40
Blend Modes Overview
5:41
Dissolve
6:06
Darken & Darken Color
6:55
Lighten
7:26
Hue, Saturation, Color and Luminosity
8:12
Demonstration 1: Lighting Effects Filter
8:41
Preparing The Image
8:42
Adding Lens Flare
9:31
Filter: Render Lighting Effects
9:51
Adding Another Lighting Effects Filter
11:38
Adding Lighting Effects Filter To The Background
13:13
Demonstration 2: More On Filters & Blend Modes
14:40
Blend Modes Demonstration
14:41
Oil Paint Filters Demonstration
15:56
Lesson Summary
18:06
Blur Filters

25m 12s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Blur & More Blur
0:54
Blur: Average
0:55
Blur
1:46
Blur More
2:41
Gaussian Blur
3:18
Gaussian Blur
3:19
Box, Lens, and Shape Blur
4:42
Box Blur
4:43
Lens Blur
6:38
Shape Blur
7:50
Motion and Radial Blur
8:39
Motion Blur
8:40
Radial Blur
9:05
Smart and Surface Blur
10:04
Smart Blur
10:05
Surface Blur
11:39
The New Blur Gallery
14:05
Tilt/Shift Blur: Demonstration 1
14:33
Tilt/Shift Blur: Demonstration 2
17:26
Field Blur
19:05
Iris Blur
22:16
The Liquify Filter

16m 17s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:16
Demonstration 1: Using the Liquify Filter
0:34
Introduction to The Liquify Filter
0:35
The Liquify Filter Workspace and Tools Overview
1:50
The Push Tool
3:38
The Pucker Tool
3:48
The Bloat Tool
4:02
Adjusting the Face
4:15
Adjusting the Eyes
6:32
Adjusting the Body
9:24
Demonstration 2: Using the Liquify Filter
11:41
Adjusting the Image
11:42
Using The Mask Tools in the Liquify Filter
13:12
Vanishing Point Filter

18m 45s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Retouching In Perspective
0:28
Vanishing Point Filter
0:29
3D Compositing
6:44
Step 1: 3D Compositing Overview
6:45
Step 2: Creating a Plane With The Vanishing Point Filter
9:35
Step 3: Pasting and Editing The Image
11:26
Step 4: Blend Mode
15:19
X. Text
Using Text In Photoshop

31m 49s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Using Text In Photoshop
2:50
Type Tools Overview
2:51
Vertical Type Tool Demonstration
3:31
Character and Paragraph Type Panels
3:51
Linear Text
4:37
Font, Font Style, and Font Size
8:09
Leading
10:40
Tracking
11:59
Kerning
12:35
Letter Height & Width Distortion
15:45
Text Color
16:31
Character Adjustments
17:22
Paragraph Text
19:07
Alignment & Justification
19:11
Indent
23:08
Add Space
23:35
Put Type In Photograph
24:20
Put Type In Photograph
24:21
Guides and Grids
26:26
Guides and Grids
26:27
Manipulating Text

13m 58s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:06
Manipulating Text
0:36
Warping Text
0:37
Rasterize & Free Transform
3:26
Clipping Paths
5:40
Type Effects: Bevel & Emboss
7:53
Type Effects: Drop Shadow
10:06
Type Effects: Pattern Overlay
11:17
Type Effects: Stroke
12:47
Lesson Summary
12:58
More Text Effects

16m 31s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Type On A Path
0:36
Creating A Path
0:37
Texts On A Path & How To Modify Them
1:48
Chrome Type
6:58
Step 1: Getting Started
6:59
Step 2: Rasterizing & Gradient
9:20
Step 3: Bevel & Emboss
10:45
Step 4: Merge Layer
11:10
Step 5: Curves Adjustment Layer
11:54
Step 6: Adding Color
13:54
Chrome Type Summary
14:43
Lesson Summary
15:56
XI. Cool Features
Colorize and Black & White Conversion

13m 16s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Demonstration 1: Colorize
0:32
Colorize
7:30
Demonstration 2: Black & White Conversion
7:40
Black & White Conversion Using Hue/Saturation
7:41
Black & White Conversion Using Grayscale
8:51
Black & White Conversion Using Black & White Adjustment
9:30
Demonstration 3: Black & White Conversion
11:25
Black & White Adjustment
11:26
Panorama

22m 6s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Shooting For The Panorama
0:50
Hold The Camera Steady
0:51
Overlap Your Images
1:36
Use The Same Exposure
2:02
Use The Same Zoom
2:44
Apply The Same Correction to Each Image
3:03
Scenic
3:25
Correct Way To Shoot a Panorama
3:26
Creating A Panorama In Photoshop
5:42
Adjusting The Images
6:22
Lining Up The Images
8:21
Photomerge Overview
10:02
Photomerge: Auto
12:34
Photomerge: Auto & Geometric Distortion Correction
15:36
Photomerge: Spherical
17:10
Photomerge: Collage
18:18
Photomerge: Reposition
19:20
Panorama Images Conclusion
20:10
HDR

20m 32s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
High Dynamic Range (HDR) Overview
0:21
HDR Overview
0:22
How To Shoot HDR
2:49
How To Shoot HDR
2:50
Processing HDR in Photoshop
7:09
Merge Files to HDR Pro
7:10
Exposure Value (EV)
9:21
Looking at The Image
10:08
Mode: 8 bit, 16 bit, and 32 bit
11:49
Highlight Compression, Exposure and Gamma, Local Adaptation, and Equalize Histogram
13:00
Preset: Photorealistic
13:46
Preset: Scott5
14:25
Custom Preset: Edge Glow
15:25
Custom Preset: Tone and Detail
17:02
Custom Preset: Advanced & Curve
17:48
Final Result
18:41
Photo Frame Effect

21m 27s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:08
Preparing Your Image
0:44
Gradient Overlay & Blend Mode
0:45
Layer Mask & Curves Adjustment
6:35
Merging Effects
13:07
Creating The 3D Frame
17:00
Step 1: Canvas Size
17:01
Step 2: Inner Shadow
18:08
Step 3: Sign The Image
19:49
Lesson Summary
20:49
Creating & Editing Video

26m 19s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
The Video Workspace Overview
1:44
The Video Workspace Overview
1:45
Creating & Editing Video Demonstration
6:46
Importing Media
6:47
Organizing & Editing Your Clips
7:48
Adding Transitions
14:54
Using Adjustment Layers to Modify Clips
16:57
Adding Still Images
19:10
Adding a Soundtrack
20:28
Rendering Your Video
21:23
Lesson Summary
22:14
Final Edited Video
24:37
XII. Course Summary
Course Summary

6m 38s

Intro
0:00
Photoshop Course Summary
0:11
Photoshop Course Summary
0:12
Image Adjustments Review
2:11
Custom Shapes Review
5:19
Final Tip
6:03
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Camera RAW, Part 2

  • The tools
  • The Panels - everything you need to make adjustments and corrections non-destructively are in these panels.
  • A workflow philosophy for using Camera RAW - basically DO NOT OVER-DO IT. Camera RAW is a good way to start OVERALL corrections.
  • The wider range of features and tools in Photoshop can do finer and more complex edits to your image, but Camera RAW saves time and gets you going quickly, and NON_DESTRUCTIVELY.

Camera RAW, Part 2

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:19
  • Why Use Camera RAW? 0:35
    • Why Use Camera RAW?
    • Why Bother With Photoshop?
    • Why Bother With Camera RAW?
  • A Quick Look at The Tool Bar and Tools 2:52
    • Getting Started in Camera RAW
    • Save Image, Open Image, and Done
    • A Quick Look at The Tool Bar and Tools
  • Basic Panel 8:18
    • Temperature Slider & Tint
    • Exposure
    • Highlights & Contrast
    • Whites and Blacks
    • Clarity
    • Vibrant and Saturation
  • Lens Corrections 13:25
    • Enable Lens Profile Corrections
    • Color Tab
  • Split Toning 18:10
    • Split Toning
  • Noise Reduction 18:39
    • Detail Panel
    • Noise Reduction
  • Tone Curve 21:36
    • Tone Curve

Transcription: Camera RAW, Part 2

Hi everyone, Michael Brown again.0000

Welcome back to educator.com's Adobe Photoshop CS6 course.0002

In the last lesson we took a preliminary look at Camera Raw, and I explained the difference between jpeg and raw formats, showed you the actual difference inside of Camera Raw.0006

In this lesson, we're going to take a close look at Camera Raw, the workspace, basic editing and my workflow philosophy--we'll look at the tools, we'll look at the panels and I'll show you how it works, taking an image through Camera Raw, so let's get started.0019

First off, I want to show you this little chart and page here.0037

The first question that always comes up is "why should I use Camera Raw, I came here to study Photoshop and we're working our way into Photoshop?".0041

Camera Raw is a very good tool for initial overall image adjustment.0050

It's not that great on specific areas being very precise, but it does have some tools in it that work extremely well, taking an image right out of the camera, and making some minor modifications that are really good to prepare the image to get it in Photoshop.0057

So, then your next question obviously would be "why bother with Photoshop?" because Photoshop has a greater variety of tools, functions and techniques for a wider variety and more precise adjustments and corrections--that's the big key here.0077

Photoshop also has layers that allow you to add unlimited items, or effects, to an image, and they also provide a means for non-destructive edits and adjustments in a different way but still performing the same non-destructive end product that Camera Raw does, as well as options for blending and adjusting opacity, and entire diverse tools and functions to create all sorts of effects that you can't do in Camera Raw.0092

Then you ask "why bother with Camera Raw?".0123

Camera Raw offers several non-destructive adjustments and edits for quick initial improvement of your image right out of the camera so that you can step it right into Photoshop.0126

Also, there are a few of the tools and functions that personally, I feel that are better than the same tools that are given to us for the same usage in Photoshop.0138

So what I do is, I use Camera Raw to make quick initial overall image corrections very quickly and easily--takes almost no time at all and then move on to Photoshop for more precise and much wider variety of options.0151

So let's take a look at why that works and how it works.0169

OK, principal features of Camera Raw, let's take, for starters, a quick look at the Toolbar and tools, so I want to go in (let's get Bridge open here, it's already open but I want to pop it back up) and I'm going to open up an image that we can use to take a quick look, OK, here we go.0173

Now, I want to show you something here in Bridge--notice this icon at the upper right, that means this image has already been edited in Camera Raw, so we're going to go ahead and open it up, and it's just getting ready--it's all ready to go but what I'm going to do is I'm going to take those...see in this panel the sliders are already set, that's because it remembered what the settings were.0194

I'm going to take...and go to the dropdown menu all the way to the bottom, reset Camera Raw defaults, and now what that did, is it removed all of the changes that I made when I was doing a test on this.0217

So here is our initial raw image.0229

Now, basic workspace, tools across the top, panels on the right...we have a save image, open that we'll save as a regular formatted file--if you save it (I think we went over this before) you have the option of four different formats that you can save an image if you choose.0232

I never do that, I'm using Camera Raw only to get some initial corrections in and move on to Photoshop.0255

So...we can also open image which is the primary button that'll pull it right into Photoshop, cancel if you don't want to do anything at all, and the done button of course will apply the changes as you saw, right back into Bridge (and there was that correction, that will go away once I cancel that) in fact I'll show you right now since we changed it...it should...no, it still has the XMP file but we changed the settings back to zero, that's why it still shows the icon.0262

We're back again, and everything--see once again it did not change that file actually.0293

We're going to reset...OK.0300

If I clicked Done it would go back to zero--so what we have here is a basic image, and I'm going to just run down the Toolbar.0303

My philosophy is: I do not use any of the tools here with the exception of the rotate button, the zoom tool and the hand tool which moves the image around.0313

All of these tools--and I'll give you a quick review of them--we have more precise and more powerful tools to do exactly the same thing in Photoshop, for example, cropping or straightening a horizon...you would remove pixels from the image, why should we do that?0324

We're going to take the whole image into Photoshop, we'll do it in there so that if we decide to make a change, we have all of those pixels right with us in Photoshop, so these two, I don't even consider useful.0340

White balance...our color balance, color correction is right here--these two sliders: the color temperature and the tint, so we don't need this one--it's less precise.0355

The color sampler tool...don't need to make color sample points...targeted adjustment allows you to work on either...you just click in an area--if I clicked here and made adjustments, it would work on medium to high exposure portions or if I clicked in here it would work more on the dark tones.0367

We're going to do most of our work in Photoshop--don't need this particular tool.0389

Again, crop, straighten, don't need that...retouching and removing spots--we'll do that in Photoshop--much more precise and a wider variety of tools.0393

Red eye...we can do that in Photoshop.0403

This tool here, makes masking to isolate areas but it does it in a very broad, general area or general methodology.0406

We have several tools to do this and various functions that are quite a bit more precise and can be corrected a lot better inside of Photoshop, this gives you a graded mask, we can do the same thing in Photoshop and if you put the mask in here, in a gradation, and then open it in Photoshop, you've now put the effect into the pixels permanently and you can no longer remove it non-destructively, so it's better to do it in Photoshop.0416

So we'll use rotate if you need to, or we'll use the zoom tool and the hand tool.0446

That takes care of all the tools, so now we're down to the panels (let me go back out for a moment, and just keep track of where we are...) we have gone over the Toolbar and the tools and we're not really going to even use them, so let's just cross them out of here, and like I said I do not use any other correction or adjustment tools in Camera Raw because we have a wider variety, and more precise adjustments inside of Photoshop.0452

So let's go back and take a look at this image again, open it back up, and we'll use that one for a base and once again I'll have to reset the defaults, so let's quickly go over the primary--it defaults at the basic panel.0488

What you have here is your color correction sliders: color temperature (make it warmer or cooler) if you mis-shoot, for example, if you were shooting strobe and you had your camera set on white balance for strobes and then you went outdoors like this and shot the picture, it would look like this and I'll bet you somewhere in your life you've had one where you've done and you go "oh my God".0504

That's only because the color temperature was off, and the information is in the raw file so all we have to do is take the color temperature slider (excuse me, let me get that thing right there) and you just move the slider where you want it.0528

Now this was shot at 55 hundred...I believe that was the--let's just set it back...it was shot at 54 50, and it doesn't look bad but it's just a taste on the cold side, a little blue tone, so I'm just going to warm up to about maybe 58 hundred, maybe 6000...notice we added just a little yellow and warmth into the grass, it just adds a little richness to the image, very simple, just a little bit of slider.0546

You could also use a color tint...it defaulted at 14, let's go back to zero on the magenta...notice we got a little more green (go in) and there we've got a little bit of correction right there--that just balanced it out, color corrected it to zero.0577

Wonderful stuff.0594

Exposure is all or nothing--if you come up, notice the highlights blew out and the shadows opened up, or if we go the other way and bring the highlights down the shadows block up, it's all or nothing, so I only use this just a tiny bit...you don't want to block up your shadows and lose detail, you don't want to blow out your highlights because if you lose the detail here, you can't get it back in Photoshop--that's a key factor.0595

Highlights...this is a wonderful slider--you can open up your highlights or you can pull them down dramatically--look at the sky change, here's the zero where we were...pull it down and look, we've got the sky, we've got a lot of detail now on the rock and we can pull down--we've seen lots of detail in the shadow here, I can pull down the exposure just slightly, and open up the shadows a little bit.0624

Notice, now we have the shadow detail back--if I take the shadows all the way we can really open then up...in fact, we'll just do that, bring the exposure down just a little bit more.0650

Now we've added a lot of richness let's pop a little bit of contrast in, don't want to do too much, still have detail in the shadows, and notice how much richer--the sky's looking pretty good, the rocks in here have all sorts of detail now.0661

The white and black points...we've got bright whites and we've got dark blacks so we don't want to change that.0674

Clarity changes mid-tone contrast on mid-tone pixels only--and I'll show you how this works real quickly, let's go up to the top of this...this is a good spot to show it right here.0681

Notice we're a little (I'll pull it out right there) everything's a little flat, if I take the clarity--I'm going to do it significantly--look what it did...now we lost a little shadow detail but notice how it popped out so we pull it back just a little, we have some detail in here but the difference between zero and about halfway--notice how much it popped...we'll come out a little bit, go back to zero, watch all this just bland greenery right there just snap just a little--didn't overkill it...you don't want to overkill it, we can add more sharpness and contrast in Photoshop.0696

So we got that.0733

Vibrance...saturation saturates everything, which isn't too bad, but vibrance saturates non-dominant colors, in this case, see how that blue just really popped and it didn't kill the greens too much.0734

If we go all the way in saturation to get that blue, the greens are just overboard and you really don't have as much blue, so we'll go back and leave the saturation alone.0750

Pull up the vibrance, look at that sky, and in there...and actually we've done a pretty good job!0760

Actually, a little bit too much on the vibrance...there we go but don't overkill it here, you can always pull more in Photoshop.0766

So there we've done almost everything we want to, to this image with the exception of a couple of other things.0774

In this image actually, that's all we need (let's take a look here) noise reduction we don't have to worry with, we have low noise, so this image itself, I would consider is done--we'll click Done, and that takes care of the basic panel.0781

You see that that's the primary panel and for this image we just did...that's it, we don't need any more, so we got the basic panel.0797

Now, let's go back and open up another image...and I'm going to do a little bit of correction on this one as well.0805

Here's another image...and it was shot--it's a little way over blue so we're going to warm that up just a little bit...notice that the shadow detail is a little dark so we'll pull the shadows open a little bit, and just a tiny bit of exposure increase (that's about all) highlights down slightly...that's an improvement there, but the biggest problem with this image is two things: notice it was shot with an 18mm on an 18-200 zoom lens, very wide angle, and we got barrel distortion, the horizon is bode, so we can correct that.0814

We're going to go all the way over to the lens correction tab...this is absolutely remarkable and this tab is better than Photoshop.0851

Photoshop can do the same thing but believe me, this one works even better than Photoshop.0863

You're going to be amazed.0868

Don't blink, don't turn away from your screen--watch the horizon line when I click the enable lens profile corrections.0869

Inside of Camera Raw are built in, all the details from almost every manufacturers camera and lens that exist, they keep updating it, and you should go to your Adobe website to make sure that you have the most current updates for the lens profiles, but watch what happens when I click it--keep an eye on that horizon.0879

I'll just highlight the box...and look at that!0900

It snapped it, corrected the horizon, absolutely amazing--I'm going to uncheck it...look at that!0903

Bode, complete correction, that thing is absolutely the way we want it, and didn't even have to do anything but check that box.0911

Notice it knew that the camera was an icon, it also knew that the lens was an 18-200 lens, it had the profile in there for that very lens and went away.0919

You can do more if you wanted to, but believe me, that's all you need to do--now we're going to go over to the color tab.0930

I'm going to zoom this up a little bit further...since this was a wide angle and way out at the zoom lens at the wide angle lens, you're going to get chromatic aberration, and that is red-green fringing, and if you notice you can see it (I'll zoom up even more) see the edges around the greenery, we have kind of a cyan on the left and red on the right, that's red-green fringing.0937

You can see it here in the chimney, a lot of it, and as we come over here you'll see it on this pole, on the edges is where you see that red-green fringing, but watch what happens when I click the remove chromatic aberration button.0965

Now again, it has the lens profile so it's already going to correct it--watch...gone, look at that.0982

There is no more red-green fringing, just a tiny, tiny bit--I'll take that away, notice all of the red around the edging where my cursor is, put it back in, and you can actually de-fringe a little bit further if you want to.0989

If we want to take a green amount, we can pull that down even more--notice it took a little bit away right there, and the purples a little bit more, we've pulled it down just even further, if there was anything left--look at the edge...in fact we took most of it away anyway but the removal is completely clean and with just those two tabs and check boxes, we cleaned this image up absolutely great, and with a primary tab, the basic tab, we're all ready to go into Photoshop.1008

We're going to cancel--we'll click Done on that one as well, and we're back here so the lens correction tab deserves a double axe, it's a fabulous tool--always use that, so you're going to use your basic panel, then you're going to go check your lens correction, and grain in vignetting...I do not recommend doing this, I said you don't want to make either of these before working on any image.1040

If you apply in vignette, it's permanent when you open it in Photoshop.1068

You can do that in Photoshop later--wait until you're done, put another layer on so you can make it go away if you want.1073

Grain...you certainly don't want to add it until the end anyway so that's an absolute not.1078

Camera calibration...you already got your camera there--presets and snapshots, you don't need that.1084

Split toning allows you to adjust hue saturation separately, for highlights and shadows.1091

If you happen to have a photo that has some real color hues deep in the shadows or only in the highlights, you could try this.1098

It has possibilities.1108

HSO grayscale...you can make overall adjustments--I'll show you that here on another one--let's go back and take a look at one more image...I'm going to open up...let's go back to Union Station...let me find Union Station here very quickly...I'm not sure where I put it...(Union Station...Union Station jpeg...) no, we don't have it, so we'll deal with it on this other image, sorry about that.1110

Let's go back and pull it from right here...OK...here's another image I took on the Queen Mary, and let's zoom this image up...and you can see, as we get it zoomed up, a whole lot of noise.1156

See the noise, very grainy look.1176

This was because the ISO was very dark in there and handheld...ISO 32 hundred got a lot of electronic noise in the image and we'd like to remove that, but we don't want to destroy the edge sharpness.1179

So you don't want to pull it all the way out or you'll lose detail, it's very simple--you go to the third panel, which is the detail panel, sharpening doesn't work very well inside of Camera Raw.1194

I have a personal method of sharpening that I'm going to teach you that'll blow your mind, you can sharpen an image without adding significant noise at all.1208

Most of the tools in Photoshop don't do that...I'll show you that in the future.1218

We're not going to use sharpening, but noise reduction--watch.1222

Leave the color alone, luminance noise is your grayscale noise, that's the predominant noise...add about 30 or 40%, and look what happened...you lost most of it but I want to show you that the detail still remains.1227

Let's go over here and look at the name, and the detail in there--we're down at zero, look at all of the noise, go to about 30, take a look at the letters and the detail of what's in the shop window.1242

Notice, we removed most of the noise and preserved most of the detail and when I sharpen this in Photoshop, look at that, it's just nice and smooth--a really, really nice tool.1257

So, the sharpening and noise reduction...we're going to pass on the sharpening...but definitely the noise reduction feature is better than Photoshop, love it, so as far as the noise reduction, absolutely we're going to use that.1271

The tone curve, I'll give you one quick look at the tone curve (let's go back and open up any old image here--we'll pick this one, why not, we'll do a different one) the tone curve is an exposure color adjustment, and what it does is it...this is white down on the left, black on the right and it allows you to isolate brights, light colored areas, dark colored areas and deep shadows.1294

But we can do the same exact thing in Photoshop with even more precision, so I don't recommend this particular slider either--we'll check off the tone curve.1324

HSL we can do in Photoshop equally as well and split toning as well, so primarily you'll use your basic panel, you're going to use noise reduction, and lens correction, and then off you go into Photoshop.1335

So that takes care of what we've used in Camera Raw and how to get your images started.1350

That'll wrap up Camera Raw.1356

In the next lesson, we'll start in Photoshop.1357

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