3.2 Rescuing a Dark Image
Now let's look at working with color to restore brightness. You then reduce noise on the different color channels, to rescue underexposed shots without losing sharpness.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 02:30
1 lesson, 02:30
2.Core Color Controls4 lessons, 28:20
4 lessons, 28:20
3.Advanced Color Control3 lessons, 23:34
3 lessons, 23:34
4.Selective Adjustments7 lessons, 55:47
7 lessons, 55:47
5.Combining Color Layers2 lessons, 11:31
2 lessons, 11:31
6.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:47
1 lesson, 00:47
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