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    Creating Black-and-White Landscape Photos with Photoshop with Taz Tally
    Duration: 3h 1m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 495 MB
    Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English


    Photographers like Ansel Adams taught us to look differently at nature: not in terms of color, but instead emphasizing tone and contrast. Converting images to black-and-white reveals these hidden depths of composition and focus a viewer's attention on forms, textures, and fabrics.

    In this course, Taz Tally teaches you how to use modern techniques to transform color images into majestic black-and-white landscapes, using the modern photographer's favorite tool: Photoshop. Learn how to evaluate images with the Info tool, convert RGB color images using Photoshop's time-saving black-and-white presets, and make more advanced adjustments with the black-and-white custom sliders, masks, and adjustment layers. Plus, learn finishing techniques, like sharpening, that will make your images look their best when it comes time to print.

    Topics include:
    Exploring different methods for creating grayscale images
    Measuring grayscale values using the Histogram and Info panels
    Adjusting highlights and shadows to improve brightness and contrast
    Enhancing foreground-background separation
    Creating contrast with masks
    Enhancing contrast with gradient masks and clipping-masked curves
    Sharpening with nondestructive tools



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