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      Digital cameras alone don’t make good pictures - it takes the helping hand of Photoshop to
      make your photos shine. This tutorial-video shows you why …
      Digital Photography Workflows(Photoshop CS4 105)
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      Digital Cameras have made it easier than ever to take great pictures. But even with the best camera,
      it takes a bit of work with Photoshop to really get the most out of your images. Small issues like
      lens flares or dust spots can quickly ruin a photographic moment, and it’s often necessary to remove
      the “digital haze” that comes with photos that are too light or dark to perfectly reflect the scene
      you captured.
      In this 3-hour tutorial by seasoned photographer, educator and Adobe author Dan Moughamian, you’ll
      learn how to take your favorite photos and make them even better. You’ll learn important skills like
      working with Adobe Camera Raw to improve tonality and contrast, and using Adjustment Layers to
      fine-tune the color and mood of your images. The most important photography workflow topics are
      covered, to ensure you get the best image, every time. There’s also detailed coverage of
      photo-retouching skills like noise reduction, removing lens spots, blemish repair, and perspective
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      Digital Photography Workflows(Photoshop CS4 105)

      Chapter 1: Bridge CS4
      Section 1: Importing Photos
      01. Introduction
      02. System Downloads vs. Photo Downloader
      03. Choosing Your Source Location
      04. Creating a Save Location
      05. Renaming Your Photos
      06. Advanced Downloader Options
      07. Applying Metadata to Your Photos
      Section 2: Viewing & Evaluating Photos
      08. Important Bridge Preferences
      09. Customizing Your Workspace
      10. Navigating Quickly & Easily
      11. Previewing & Comparing Photos
      12. Evaluating Sharpness with the Loupe
      Section 3: Organizing Your Photos
      13. Ranking & Labeling Your Photos
      14. Applying Keywords
      15. Metadata Introduction
      16. IPTC & Metadata Templates
      17. Sorting & Filtering Your Photos
      18. Grouping Shots with Collections
      Chapter 2: Adobe Camera Raw (ACR)
      Section 4: Understanding Raw Workflow
      19. What is a Raw File?
      20. Camera Raw Preferences
      21. ACR Workspace
      22. Workflow Options Dialog
      23. File Saving Options
      24. Toolbar Overview
      25. Cropping & Straightening Images
      26. Removing Dust & Lens Spots
      27. Adjustment Brush
      28. Graduated Filter
      Section 5: Advanced Camera Raw Edits
      29. The Basics Panel
      30. The Curves Panel
      31. The Details Panel - Sharpen
      32. The Details Panel - Noise Reduction
      33. The HSL/Grayscale Panel
      34. The Split-toning Panel
      35. The Lens Corrections Panel
      36. Simultaneous ACR Edits
      37. Camera Raw Presets & Calibration
      38. Image Handling & ACR Defaults
      Chapter 3:Photoshop CS4
      Section 6: Photoshop Setup
      39. Basic Preferences
      40. Performance Preferences
      41. Custom Workspace Options
      42. Color Settings
      43. Document Metadata
      44. Your Working Environment
      45. Screen Modes
      46. Extras & Rulers
      47. Grids & Snapping
      48. New Rotate & Zoom Options
      49. Working with Multiple Images
      50. Recommended File Formats
      Section 7: Enhancing Color & Tonality
      51. Histogram Redux
      52. Using The Levels Command
      53. Adjustment Layers Defined
      54. Using the Adjustments Panel - Curves
      55. Isolating Image Adjustments - Color Balance
      56. Layer Masks & the Masks Panel
      57. Hue & Saturation Adjustment
      58. Vibrance Adjustment
      59. Photo Filters Adjustment
      60. Color Range Selections & Masks
      61. Creating Black & White Images
      62. Shadow & Highlight Smart Object
      Section 8: Retouching Techniques
      63. Clone Tool & Clone Source Panel
      64. The Spot Healing Brush
      65. The Healing Brush
      66. The Patch Tool
      67. Maintaining Realism with Fade
      68. Improved Dodge & Burn
      69. Improved Sponge Tool
      70. Vivid Light & Color Burn
      71. Gradient Adjustments
      Section 9: Perspective Correction Techniques
      72. Perspective Crops
      73. Perspective Transform
      74. Distort Transform
      75. Scale and Cleanup
      76. Lens Correction Filter
      77. Vanishing Point Filter
      Section 10: Additional Retouching Techniques
      78. Lens Blur Filter
      79. Warp Transforms
      80. Liquify Filter
      Section 11: Sharpening & Output Considerations
      81. Unsharp Mask Filter
      82. High Pass Filter Technique
      83. Creating Borders & Captions
      84. Creating Watermarks
      85. Copyright Notices
      86. Save For Web
      87. CMYK Soft-Proofing
      88. Inkjet Printing Tips
      89. Closing Remarks

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