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Learn all about the ins and outs of color theory. In this tutorial, we help you to master Photoshop’s LAB Color Mode. You will be able to go crazy-smart with color, add amazing textures and warp your images for incredible, dramatic effects!
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Skills You Will Learn
- Special FX
Create incredible psychedelic photos.
Follow along as we edit 2 images from start to finish, showing you how to add eye-popping color to your photos. Add new elements and colors with ease to create a psychedelic scene.
Build a Color Palette
Use color theory to determine how to use complimentary colors as well as other color harmonies. Learn how to use color in shadows to help balance other strong color presence within your images.
LAB Color Mode
Use the principles of color theory and discover the advantages of working in LAB Color Mode. Bring more dynamic color to your images, even if the colors you want aren’t originally in the image.
Composite with Color
Take pieces from different images and bring them together to create amazing effects. Add more details to your image and then color them so they fit within your new color palette.
Adjust Skin Tone
There’s no specific formula for creating a perfect skin tone. Especially when an image is flooded with color. Follow along and learn different processes for adjusting these tones to keep your subjects looking great.
Put a twist on your images.
See how to incorporate multiple elements and blend everything together to achieve a truly unique look.
Add Beautiful Movement
Learn how to take a key element like fabric and warp it to create a more fluid shape. Through warping, adding detail and using a special blur technique, you can create the illusion of an object moving right at the camera.
Add Light Flares
Separate lights and flares from any image so you can use them to create more detail and interest in your compositions.
Remove the complexities from correcting colors in shadows, mid-tones and highlights. At times, highlights are too warm or too saturated and need to be treated separately from other areas of an image. Learn how to correct color and restrict your changes to specific areas.