Dec 14, 2018
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How to Use Why You Should be Using Adjustment Layers – Photoshop Light Effects 1

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Hello & welcome to “Photoshop Light Effects – Let There be Light!” This course provides valuable lessons on how to use 5 awesome Photoshop tools that will allow you to; add light, enhance existing light, enhance and add color to your sunsets and sunrises, create lens leaks, add lens flare and much more.

Included with this course are the images used in each lesson. Use them to follow along as you learn! This is a great way to increase the learning process. Plus, submit your practice files for feedback!

First, you’ll learn about the 5 tools that are used throughout the course; Adjustment Layers, Adjustment Layer Masks, Curves, Levels & Gradients.

Then, you will be able to confidently use them while watching the lessons. By the time you’re done with the course & practice files, you’ll be able to achieve the same look on your own photos.

Each lighting effect is taught in bite-size, step-by-step lessons to better grasp each step of the process.

You will also see how different Blend Modes effect the final results, how to use opacity, keyboard shortcuts and much more.

A comprehensive resource file is included that has all of the keyboard shortcuts used throughout the lessons. And, each video will display the keyboard shortcut used at that time!

List of Lesson to Complete.

1 .How to Use Why You Should be Using Adjustment Layers

2. Adjustment Layer Masks Why You Should Use Them

3. Photoshop Curves Learn How To Use

4. Learn the Difference Between Levels Curves

5. Gradients How to Use

6. The Creative Color Edit

7. Add Contrast Sharpen

8. Brighten Dodge Burn Final Touches

9. Creative Color Edit

10. Apply the Lens Flare Filter

11. Final Adjustments

12. Retro Light Leak Color Edit

13. Add Some Sharpening Contrast Final Tweaks

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