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lynda Photoshop CC 2019 One-on-One: Advanced

Video Introducing this tutorial

Welcome to One-on-One
Previously on Photoshop CC 2019 One-on-One

16. The Advanced Selection Tools:
Color Range, Focus Area, and more
Introducing the Color Range command
Customizing a Color Range selection
Localized Color Clusters and Detect Faces
Selecting a real-world photographic object
Cleaning up with the Wand and Brush tools
Refining your mask to absolute perfection
Shading the airplane to match the sky
Infusing the airplane with sky colors
Adding a custom Motion Blur effect
Adding a rocket plume
Introducing the Focus Area command
Using the Focus Area tool
Cleaning up a jagged Focus Area mask
Finessing hair and other details
Using the Select > Subject command

17. Layer Masks and Edge Refinement:
Compositing like a pro
Static selection vs. dynamic layer mask
Perfecting mask edges with the Smudge tool
White reveals, black conceals
Real-world layer masking
Combining multiple passes of Color Range
Painting away gaps in a layer mask
Making your mask the best it can be
Feather and Density = even better hair
Introducing the Select and Mask command
The Global Refinements settings
Edge Detection and Smart Radius
Refine Edge Brush and Decontaminated Colors
Turning day into night with Camera Raw
Blending hair into a nighttime sky
Bringing back good old Refine Mask

18. Scale, Rotate, Skew, and Warp:
Meet the transformations
Introducing the Free Transform command
Using the reference point
Skewing and distorting a layer
Bending and otherwise warping a layer
Transform and duplicate in one operation
Transform and duplicate keyboard shortcut
Setting the Free Transform frame color
Transforming a selection outline
Repeating one or more transformations
Customizing a repeated transformation
Transforming and warping text
Filling text with a warped gradient

19. Smart Objects:
Photoshop’s indestructible envelopes
Three ways to create a smart object
Applying nondestructive transformations
Applying nondestructive distortions
Masking smart objects
Editing the contents of a smart object
Applying editable smart adjustments
Applying and blending smart filters
Editing a filter mask
Applying Camera Raw as a smart filter
Opening a Camera Raw smart object
Two ways to duplicate a smart object
Protecting editable text
Using nested smart objects
Editing text inside a nested smart object
Pasting a smart object from Illustrator
Applying Photoshop effects to Illustrator art
Trouble-shooting Illustrator smart objects

20. Image Reconstruction:
Restoring missing details
“Uncropping” a photo by expanding the canvas
The Content-Aware Scale command
The Content-Aware Fill taskspace
When to turn Color Adaptation down or off
Restoring a missing photographic element
Fitting an image to a custom print size
Applying an image stack mode
Combining a stack mode with spot healing
Erasing people with the Median mode
Blurring away registration problems
Auto-blending multiple depths of field
Auto-blending with more flexibility

21. Liquifying an Image:
Perfecting the human form
Introducing the Liquify filter
Using the Pucker and Bloat tools
The Twirl, Push, and Smooth tools
Using Liquify’s masking tools
Face-Aware Liquify
Special face-recognition scenarios
Making direct edits with the Face tool
Resetting any and all facial features

22. Vector Shapes:
Photoshop’s alternative to pixels
How vector-based shape layers work
Drawing a rectangle with round corners
Making your path outlines easier to see
Creating a dashed or dotted border
Drawing and aligning custom shapes
Creating your own custom shape
Designing a custom shape in Illustrator
Selecting, modifying, and combining shapes
Duplicating and centering shapes
Centering a star inside a circle
Beveling your shapes with Pillow Emboss
Combining shapes into a smart object
Applying lighting and photorealism
Converting text to a shape layer
Editing the shape of a character of type

23. Blend Modes:
Blending layers like a pro
Normal and Dissolve
Using the Dissolve mode
Multiply and the other darken modes
Using the Multiply mode
Screen and the other lighten modes
Using the Screen mode
Using the Dodge and Burn modes
Overlay and the contrast modes
Using the Overlay and Soft Light modes
Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, and Divide
Capturing the differences between images
Hue, Saturation, Color, and Luminosity
Blend mode keyboard shortcuts
The Brush tool blend modes
The remarkable “Fill Opacity Eight”
Blend If: This Layer and Underlying Layer
Using This Layer and Underlying Layer

24. Layer Effects:
Depth, contour, and texture
Applying a Drop Shadow
Working with Fill Opacity
Applying an Inner Shadow
Working with Global Light
Creating blurry, spray paint-style type
Creating your own custom Contour
Introducing Bevel and Emboss
Combining multiple layer effects
Copying effects between layers and groups
Assigning multiple strokes to a single layer
Combining multiple drop shadows

25. Levels and Curves:
Mastering the histogram
Correcting an image automatically
Customizing a Levels adjustment
Previewing clipped pixels
Understanding the Gamma value
Making channel-by-channel adjustments
Cleaning up scanned line art
Cleaning up complex mechanicals
Quicker layer masks with Levels
Introducing the Curves adjustment
The Curves Targeted Adjustment tool
Assigning shortcuts to adjustment layers

26. Lens Correction and Perspective Warp:
What to do when everything is crooked
Introducing Lens Correction
Distortion, aberrations, and vignette
Adjusting angle and perspective
Using the Perspective Warp command
Fine-tuning your perspective adjustment
Evening out color and lighting

27. Advanced Camera Raw:
Photoshop’s most powerful plug-in returns
Automatic lens correction and DNG
Chromatic Aberration and Defringe
Auto-correcting a JPEG image
Lens correction assists straightening
The Transform tool and Auto Upright
Painting with the Adjustment Brush
Using the Graduated Filter tool
Using the Radial Filter tool
Using the Range Mask option
Enhance Details

28. Black and White Photography:
Shoot in color, convert to black and white
Three ways to convert to grayscale
Introducing the Channel Mixer
Mixing a custom black and white image
Creating an infrared/snow effect
Introducing the Black and White adjustment
Customizing a Black and White adjustment
Tinting an image
Blending black and white with color
Convert to black and white in Camera Raw
Split Toning in Camera Raw

29. Duotones and Colorization:
Infusing black-and-white with color
Quick-and-dirty colorization
Creating a professional-quality sepia tone
The best of the best: Gradient Map
Loading my free, tailor-made gradients
Designing your own custom quadtone
Creating psychedelic arbitrary maps

30. Sharpening Details:
How sharpening works
Introducing Unsharp Mask
Blending your sharpening effect
Reining in sharpness with a filter mask
Introducing Smart Sharpen
Remove: Lens Blur and Reduce Noise
Preventing shadow/highlight clipping
Compensating for “camera shake”
Further compensating with Emboss
Sharpening with the High Pass filter
Painting with the Sharpen tool

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