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Horrible shadows and blown out highlights shouldn’t ruin an image that you love! On the Audrey Woulard Teaches board on Facebook, I showed an image that was captured in horrible light! The color balance was completely off due to shooting under near a tungsten light, but the highlights were very hot and bright, and the shadows were dark and stark. On the board, I asked photographers if they would “keep or delete”. The post was very very long, but it was such a good lesson! Everyone loved reading all the different answers that everyone gave. The consensus from the group was to delete!
Later, I told them I would edit the image. Many were surprised with the end result ( which is the thumbnail for this video) because I feel they didn’t know what to expect!
In this tutorial, I will show you how I created the image that was posted on the board from start to finish. When you purchase this video, you will also receive a 2nd bonus video where I edit an image captured under the same conditions, however,
- I will give you the RAW version of MY image so that you can edit alongside me!
There is also an action that you can download that I created to simplify a step that I talk about in the video.
Software used | Photoshop CC and Adobe Camera RAW
Photoshop knowledge needed to follow along | Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced
Runtime – Video 1 – 1h Video 2 – 40 min
This video is available to watch IMMEDIATELY upon purchase. You will not receive a download link! You will log with your AWTEACHES login ID and password to access your content.The video is yours for a lifetime.
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